Bishop The Overseer | "The Johannesburg Files"

Submitted by Ikenna Okeh on Wed, 08/08/2018 - 17:01
UbuntuFM Hip-Hop | Bishop The Overseer | The Johannesburg Files

A Hip-Hop Interview Album

A #HipHop interview album like you never heard before and a conversation between people from different parts of the world - set to music! Available worldwide on August 7, 2018 in a Sony Music distribution.

Following an exclusive interview conducted by UbuntuFM's Ikenna Chinedu Okeh with American rapper, Bishop The Overseer, an idea was born, to yield the album, 'The Johannesburg Files'.

The album is a compilation of the recorded interview set against Bishop The Overseer's music, with each track on the album composing of a music track inlaid in a discussion between Ikenna and Bishop The Overseer. There are twelve interview questions, one hit track, and three exclusive releases of Bishop The Overseer. Working on the narration is UbuntuFM's radio host, King Vusi Mavuthela, to add a unique theatrical flavour to the album.

'The Johannesburg Files' is described to be a universal collaboration for a global audience as its contributors are drawn from the United States, Netherlands, South Africa and Nigeria, and the issues discussed therein are of global relevance, touching on musical artistry, the music business, and global politics. It is said to be setting a precedence in the global music industry as it takes musical creativity to a whole new frontier. 

Mixed and mastered by UbuntuFM Music, 'The Johannesburg Files' is available on your favourite music streaming platforms and digital stores, including UbuntuFM Music store: https://www.ubuntufmmusic.com/the-johannesburg-files       

A HIP-HOP INTERVIEW ALBUM
  • A CONVERSATION BETWEEN PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD SET TO MUSIC
    BISHOP THE OVERSEER INTERVIEWED BY IKENNA OKEH
  • 12 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS | 1 HIT TRACK | 3 EXCLUSIVE NEW RELEASES
    NARRATED BY UBUNTU FM RADIO HOST KING VUSI MAVUTHELA
  • A WORLDWIDE PRODUCT COLLABORATION FOR A GLOBAL AUDIENCE;
    #TJF #SouthAfrica #USA #Nigeria #Netherlands