Nekvu: his wonderful haircut in honor of Nepal

Nekvu: his wonderful haircut in honor of Nepal

SZR 2001 It is now available. In “N’oublie pas”, Nekfeu pays tribute to Nepal beautifully, through a verse full of references.

After several years of waiting, S-Crew is back with a new album: SZR 2001. Rarely addressed in the song since his death at the end of 2019, Nepal has been greatly appreciated by Nykvu. Plus a few touching lines on the “now” path – to any Domes’ reaction was – And a reference to the recent posthumous testimonies of the artist, author Feu He devoted an entire house to him in “Don’t Forget”. The title is clear, the verse is stuffed with excerpts from Nepal’s work.

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Nepal, a luminous and immortal soul

«Since you left I’ve been worried / I’ve read all of Hermann Hesse’s books / The impression of understanding your texts better / Your eyes are as frozen as those of immortalsNekfeu starts. If author Hermann Hess talks to the listeners about Nepal, it is because he already referred to it in “Sundance”. “Drop it step by step as in Hermann Hesse’s bookThe book in question Siddhartha, tells of man’s spiritual quest to achieve enlightenment. Step by step, the individual develops and learns to know himself. The cover of this popular book also appeared in the clip for the song “Éveil” by singer M le Maudit, which depicts Nepal.

But Hermann Hesse, in addition to winning the Nobel Prize for Literature, was also a huge fan of the so-called Eastern philosophies. His writings are fully consistent with Buddhist philosophy, which was more than familiar in Nepal. If he has never hidden his interest in religion and spirituality, stark evidence of his closeness to Buddhism is the Dojo Cycle 75 or Ensō representation on the cover of EP KKSHISENSE8. Ensō, or the Circle of Lights, symbolizes the being’s liberation from every inhibition created by the ego, and its enlightenment through creativity. Themes that wonderfully define the unique work of Nepal, and the atmospheric universe it created.

In his final stage, Nekfeu once again addresses a concept put forward by Hermann Hesse in steppe wolf. The “Immortals” are artists who have escaped contemporary fashions and are not concerned with any material possession. Artists who compare to Fink author 444 nightsWith one mind and against the tide. Reading all of Hermann Hesse’s books is a way to get closer to his late friend and his creation.

Later, Nikfu continues to compare himself to samurai Miyamoto Musashi. This was a famous Japanese swordsman but also a painter, philosopher, and professor Bushi. “We are the human race, the stone and the sword / the perfect lightThese words echo the two volumes of the novel MusashiWritten by Eiji Yoshikawa and chronicling the life of this legendary character. With these stages, Nikvu approaches Nepal through a common history. A story that reflects the determination and dream in which he lives. Two fiery young men aspire to fight only. But like Musashi, through the ruthless discipline of the samurai, they take the only path they aim to ultimately reach. perfect light. With the difference that rappers experience with their words.

Nkfu: “in 444 whole night, the light shines what we’ve accomplished»

Known to be persuasive, Nepali did not give interviews and remained very conservative and away from the media sphere.Like all those who chose silence/You had the energy, the powerful auraNekfeu explains. However, the artist played a role inherent in the careers of those close to him. He particularly represented the DNA of the 75th cycle.”I made the logo and we wear it on our hearts» sings author Galatea. Here he’s referring to the 75th cycle logo. But as producer Hugz’s tweet suggests, it’s also the S-Crew logo.

This success, Nepal will finally have it posthumously. Death would have allowed him to appear, says Nekvu. “In 444 nights, all heaps, the light shines what we’ve accomplished“. The 444 nights Correspond with the dual project of Nepal released in 2016. 444 refers to the spiritual meaning of these numbers indicating introspection and the path to self-knowledge.

mourning in poetry

In “Omotesandō” from Nepal, some listeners note a sample of extracts from Berserk. The anime, which the rapper was a fan of, allows Nikfu to express the theme of mourning. In this universe buried the swords of deceased comrades, each representing the spirit of the latter. Here the relatives of Nepal buried their weapons.In dirt and sand». The sand reminds us of a beachAdios Bahamas. A way of remembering himself, nurturing the idea that a part of him will never leave. But “Like all those we’ve lost, c’est la vie ma le-gueuauthor resigns cyborg. Here he plays to seize Nepal’s quintessential gimmick.”my le-gueuHowever, some close to him will find it more difficult than others to move forward, says Nekvu – “tWe are inconsolable partnersPerhaps in reference to Domes, the rappers were very close to duo 2Fingz in particular.

This mourning, this infinite sorrow, will never leave those around Nepal. And the “same When the sky is blue, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles run in the rainHere, Ninja Turtles represents his relatives, a Splinter character, their master and father figure – GrandMaster Splinter was one of the artists’ names at the time of the three versions of the same name that were posted on YouTube between 2012 and 2014.

But despite the ordeal, Nikvu still maintains his hope for a beautiful afterlife for Nepal. “We hope that you will roam, God willing, on one of the four rivers of ParadiseLike an unfulfilled dream, the artist wrote in his bio on Instagram.After the rap I will go surfingHe might do a bit on theFour rivers of paradise» Represents the universe and the way to heaven. And Nekfeu to finish: “Don’t think we forget youWe are not ready to forget it.

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Listen to “Don’t Forget”.

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