Break Science– Borahm Lee and Adam Deitch took a few moments to chat with Mother Plug Music. Out of the hip-hop trailblazing city of New York, this powerhouse brings us beats inspired by genres from India to New Orleans and everything in between. They are true visionaries. Borahm has mastered manipulating sound wave and playing the keys. Pair that with Adam’s incredible production and drum abilities, these two are a perfect mix for this new age of electronic music with old school inspirations.
Welcome to Birmingham Guys, how’s it going?
Borahm: Hey what’s up?
Adam: How y’all doing?
So what do you guys think of Alabama?
Adam: I love it. It’s just great to see people partying together. People of all backgrounds are hanging out, dancing. It’s just a good scene to see happening in Birmingham.
Borahm: Adam actually made a comment earlier. So where we are from in New York, the way people talk is very flat and straight, but when we get down south it’s just more colorful. The accents and the speech, we are musicians so we are sensitive to sound. So, we love…
This Southern lyricist was born and raised in the iconic Birmingham, Alabama. Paper Nolassnaym (pronounced like “no last name”) spends most of his time locked inside his recording studio located right off Highway 78. Son of a local R&B legend, his musical background is indebted to his father. Known for his urbanely fancy style and elusive word play, this young emcee will definitely leave a mark on the Hip Hop genre.
Paper Nolassnaym has a few options for your musical discovery. In addition to the albums Nolassnaym Nightsand Pistol Pete, Paper is currently working on an EP with Alabama musician Luke S. Crowder, soon to be released.
Mash that Play button below to slip into the Southern-molasses stylings of “Sacrilegious”. Continue with the kung-fu worthy “Nolassnaym Nights” here. Paper will perform live this Friday, March 25 at Merienda Lounge. Don’t miss this artist on the rise.