THE BIGGEST AFGHAN ARTIST IN THE WORLD

#heartofthecitykresnt

Kresnt is a Rapper/Singer/Producer who has gained the attention of a global audience with his masterful wordplay, intricate flows, and versatility in production.

Kresnt’s debut Album Rumi’s Reflection produced by Nani Beats reached second overall for Canadian HipHop and R&B iTunes chart upon release May 2019 and peaked Number one in Turkey. His follow up LP “RUMI”  peaked Number One on iTunes Hip-Hop Canada Charts upon release with lead singles “Arab Money” and “Immortalized.”

Kresnt’s memorable 2019 shows included 420 Vancouver where he opened for Legendary Hip-Hop Pioneers Cypress Hill with an audience of over 100,000. He concluded 2019 with a sold-out year end concert in Vancouver called BLACK MIRROR .

With over 20 million streams, COMPLEX describes Kresnt as “West Coast’s Next Breakout Act.”

Kresnt can be discovered on New Music Friday Canada , Northern Bars, Shisha Lounge, TRAP Ouro, HipHop Favourites and more. Notable publications that features Kresnt’s music include the SOURCE Magazine, Hot New Hip-Hop,  HipHopdx, ELEVATOR, COMPLEX, HipHopCANADA, ALLHIPHOP, FOMOBLOG, DARIMUSIC, Coffee & Banana and more

Kresnt’s last album EVERYBODY KNOWS featured  “D.Y.D.” which has garnered over 1,000,000 views online and “Remember Way Back” produced by fifty-five time Grammy-nominated / Multi-Platinum Producer Ken Lewis (JAY-Z, Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne , Juice Wrld, BTS).

We can expect the new single “heart of the city” on September 10 2020, which is Kresnt’s last single before the release of his album “Ahmed.” “heart of the city” is about finding yourself in a foreign place whether physical or social while realizing that your are evolving. Make sure to Pre Save the new single on all DSP’s with the link below

Pre Save the new single here: https://foundation-media.ffm.to/heartofthecity

#Spotify #SpotifyPlaylists #NewMusicFriday #NewMusicFridayCanada #SpotifyCanada #JustVibing #NorthernBars #kresnt #Toronto #heartofthecity #NathanWiszniak

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7B6gRPGS1V6bA0DkxqJktA?si=liwIQoGUSdaooBMQoNLbwA

Published by fatima khatun

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