Jersey hip-hop artist, SWARE DA GOD, drops his latest project Klass’sicks on DatPiff for fans to enjoy. The 14-track tape consists of Golden Era-inspired hip-hop, which makes sense since SWARE’s main musical influences include artists such as the Wu-Tang Clan, Boot Camp Clik, Nas, Biggie, DJ Premier and Pete Rock.

Artist background: Jersey born and raised, I’ve been writing since the mid 90’s and been producing since the early 2000’s

How I got into hip hop was due to my surroundings. I was blown away for good when I first heard “Slam” by Onyx.


I grew up in hip-hop’s Golden Era so of course I was heavily inspired by the Wu-Tang Clan, Boot Camp Clik, Nas, Biggie, DJ Premier and Pete Rock.

Im really inspired to make the music that reminds me of my youth – boom bap. I love hard kicks and sharp snares. A lot of my work is done using Reason 5 and the Akai MPD. big fan of what pro era is doing now


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Social media profile links:

Audiomack: audiomack.com/album/basesware-da-god/klasssicks

Facebook: facebook.com/pages/BASE-BRONSONakaSWARE-DA-GOD/294945557205836

SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/robertbergen

Twitter: twitter.com/hihunyimhome

Instagram: instagram.com/lordnsavior

Stream Klass’sicks below and make sure you head on over to DatPiff to cop the tape.

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