Hip Hop / Progressive / Jazz Hop / Recording Artist / Producer
The ParanormL collaborated with Great artist such as - Canibus, Braille (Lightheaded), Lord Zen, K.Murdock (Panacea), Dannu, J.Rawls, Radioinactive (Shape Shifters), Phoenix Orion, FakeHunters, Tableek (Maspyke), Vex DaVortex (Boogie Monsters), Stres One (Captions), E.S.Q, A Prosperous, Jizzm High Defintion, Neila, Crag Malkovich, Avatar, Johnny Five/J-Five, RedCloud, Mesi (Antedote), Gentle Jones, Adikt1, Adam Payne, Menacin Johnson, Porter, Diesler, Tyrezz, The Nutsons, Terem, Freddie Joachim, Stylus One, Unknown Celebs, Rokan, Petter Smart, Toby Tones, Clark Flavor, Dj Lemz & more t.b.a
The ParanormL performed live on the same bill with acts like - Ras Kass, Giant Panda, Abstract Rude, Prince Po, FatLip (Pharcyde) 2MEX, Pigeon John, J.Rawls, Orko Eloheim, IAMOMNI,Soul Elevation, HipHopKlan, Xololan Xinxo, Acid Reign, Substance Abuse, Spontaneous, Konfident, Fat Hed, Neila, Ex2, Antedote (Neato Project), L.O.W.D, Malkovich (BLX), Rise N Shine, Halifax Allstars, Project Blowed, Avatar & Dj Obi, Nocando, Brawdcast, Icons (A.V), Ellay Khule, Redcloud, Kosha Dillz, The Literates, Fu-Ten, J Roz, Boca Floja, Alpha Mc, Abnomal Bulm, Dj Lems, KontainzJazz, Syntax Vernac & Toured Japan and more
The mysterious and multi-talented ParanormL first began as a hip-hop scribe at the tender age of 14. Now, more than a decade later, this rapper and lyricist has recorded over five albums worth of material, and over one hundred and fifty songs! So why have you never heard of this gifted boy wonder? Well, we may not be able to solve that conundrum for you, but what we can do is ask you to open your ears and help yourself to one of rap music’s best kept secrets.
ParanormL’s productions witness a welcome return to conscious lyrics, proper song writing, and a respectful connection between the roots and the shoots of rap culture. Tipping his hat to inspirations like ‘Satchmo’ and Ella, as well as A Tribe Called Quest, De LA Soul and Souls Of Mischief. It also sees tender keys (sounding something like a loop from a Minnie Ripperton and Charles Stepney cut) and perfectly placed hip-hop beats laying the foundation for that other-worldly sound. Of course, if righteous lyrics aren’t your thing, there are always the fat beats of producer Stylus One & Freddy Joachim and the ‘abstract hip-hop’ flavour on the instrumental versions of this trio of top-notch ‘jazz hop’ nuggets to get your filthy mitts on. Don’t say we don’t spoil you kids!