Hip Hop Rap Artist Kev Hannibal Releases EP ‘I Got Issues’

Hip Hop artist Kev Hannibal is set to release his debut EP, ‘I Got Issues’, on September 11, with inspiration drawn from the likes of 50 Cent, and Rick Ross.

The six track EP is an emotional rollercoaster ride about the artist’s struggle with his mental health, and was created with the intent of casting a light on the problems he faced as a child, including racism and religion. Kev hopes that his songs will allow people to feel more comfortable with their own issues, and to have the assurance that nobody should be ashamed of who they are. To download this EP use the soundcloud downloader by smallseotools.com tool.



Now living a new life in Sydney’s Western Suburbs, Kev Hannibal’s childhood was struck by family tragedy, with enough life experience for him to write a book about it. Having a gift for storytelling and a talent for putting together incredible lyrics means he’s been able to put his thoughts down into something more positive.
In addition to his new EP, which is both educational and empowering, Kev Hannibal is known for his incredible live performances, and he’s been described as “a performer that grips the audience and delivers the heat.” His previous releases, including his most recent single, ‘Colour Of Your Skin’, have enjoyed radio play both locally and internationally, and have achieved to date up to 19,000 streams on SoundCloud. Hannibal continues to push the boundaries of his hip-hop artistry with his music featuring in films and musical releases.
Hannibal will be releasing a short film, available exclusively to those who purchase his EP. ‘I Got Issues’ is set for release on 11 September.
You can find out more about Kev Hannibal online on Facebook, and Twitter. Listen to more of his music on SoundCloud.
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