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Eneeks 2017

Eneeks (2017)

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Eneeks 2017London native, Eneeks birthplace continues to inspire his music today. Growing up as the youngest of 4 brothers in a West-Indian household, the sounds of Soul, Rare Grove, and Jazz often filled his home.

His brothers then introduced him to Hip hop music, and Eneeks instantly became a fan. As the little brother, Eneeks would listen to the stories his family told each other around the dinning table, So at a young age, he decided to put pen to paper and document his life through the art of poetry… Read more

The next chapter of his story continues at school, where Eneeks would meet a group of friends that shared the same passion he had with Beats and lyrics. When his friends introduced him to MC’ing he did not know that this music would become such a big part of his life. The transition was complete, and the artist was born. Eneeks first officially arrived onto the scene with A classic mixtape called ‘Soul Selling’ that announced his musical talents to the wider world.

While continuing to release a series of mixtapes Eneeks also started to perform and record with A live band reconnecting his heart felt lyrics with that soulful sound. From his first live EP ‘Dreammaker’ Eneeks quickly gained attention from MTV and Giles Peterson BBC 6 radio show. Upon his new EP release ‘My Queen, My King, My God’ with independent label Tokyo Dawn, Eneeks continues to evaluate his style and passion.

Eneeks is known as the artist who captures the truth in his word play, constantly challenging the listener to take in every aspect of his complex thoughts. Through his music Eneeks continues to make waves in the underground scene of New Soul Hip hop.

The listener will relate to his stories of love, loss, redemption, relationships, street life and everyday living. Like a painter, his music is his canvas and he writes with the purpose of illustrating a story for his listeners.

“This release embodies the days of classic Hip Hop from the 90’s and early 2000’s when Neo Soul, Jazz, and Hip Hop collided to bring us such masterpieces as Common’s “Chocolate Like Water,” Guru’s “Jazzmatazz Series,” and Tribe Called Quest, “The Low End Theory.”

The Official Website of Eneeks

Playlist:

01 – Eneeks – This Is Us
02 – Eneeks – Break My Heart (feat. Harsharan Landa and Mistir D)
03 – Eneeks – Mirror Mirror
04 – Eneeks – Going In (feat. Robert Strauss, Daniel Taylor, William Francis, Nathaniel Bennett, Natalie Oliveri and DJ Agile)
05 – Eneeks – Pillow Talk (feat. Robert Strauss, Daniel Taylor, William Francis, Nathaniel Bennett, Natalie Oliveri and DJ Agile)

Background music during the interview:

Eneeks – My God (feat. Robert Strauss, Daniel Taylor, William Francis, Nathaniel Bennett, Natalie Oliveri and DJ Agile), Eneeks – How Many (feat. Robert Strauss, Daniel Taylor, William Francis, Nathaniel Bennett, Natalie Oliveri & DJ Agile), Eneeks – Good Feeling (feat. Robert Strauss, Daniel Taylor, William Francis, Nathaniel Bennett, Natalie Oliveri & DJ Agile), Eneeks – Get Up (feat. Robert Strauss, Daniel Taylor, William Francis, Nathaniel Bennett, Natalie Oliveri & DJ Agile)

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