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Bakar (Epic/Black Butter)
4/28/20

WHAT IT IS: Grabbing worldwide attention with his sui generis sound and fans including Elton John, Skepta, Dominic Fike and Virgil Abloh, Bakar has been hailed as a rising star and has affirmed himself as a genre-defiant maverick. A melting pot of rock, smooth R&B, hip-hop and experimental indie with a punk edge, the North London-born artist has carefully perfected his patented style. Bakar followed up his first full-length project, Badkid, with his latest EP, Will You Be My Yellow?, exhibiting his hard-hitting delivery and addictive lyrical wit.
ALBUM: Will You Be My Yellow?
RELEASE DATE: 9/20/19
SINGLE: ”Hell n Back”
LIVE: Headlining global dates with sold-out shows across Europe, N.Y.’s Rough Trade and L.A.’s The Roxy; performances at festivals like Reading, Leeds, The Great Escape
INTERNET:
17.2m+ Spotify streams on single, 1.3m+ monthly listeners; 150k+ social followers
RADIO: “Hell n Back” Top 15 at Triple A, Top 30 Alternative
PRESS: Clash, COLORS, Highsnobiety, Hypebeast, NME, Office Magazine, OTW, Complex, ESSENSE, The Guardian, FADER, Wonderland
BOOKING: Paradigm
MANAGEMENT:
Amy Morgan/September Management