Born in a small town in the central coast of California, Sinnie Kravitz has become a growing public figure. Over the years he has been a part of numerous non-profit organizations and has strived to make a bigger impact outside of music. Writing and recording is one of the many talents which have given Kravitz great recognition throughout all of California. Back in 2008, Sinnie Kravitz signed with Artist For Artist Music Group, during this time he was known by the moniker “Sincere.”
Sinnie Kravitz released his very first single featuring successful international artist Avril Lavigne.The track, “Never Say”, landed him on many popular radio stations. Kravitz continued to spark an intimate following with performances all over California. Opening up for big name artist such as: Bone Thugs and Harmony, Ying Yang Twins, X – Clan, Yung Berg, Mann, The Re-jekts and many more artists.
Sinnie Kravitz’s latest album, “Nirvana” released the 3rd of March contains 14 tracks produced by a collection of excellent beatmakers, including LavishDieRich, Silins Beats, Andre On Beat, Dope Orchestra and Canary Juiz.
This album is incredible. The more you listen to it, the more you’ll enjoy it. I mean, from the first listen I was hooked but it gets even better with repeated listens. It’s an album that talks about real things and is never boring. Sinnie Kravitz communicates his thoughts so effortlessly.
When you sit down and listen to the content of the messages Kravitz is trying to deliver, you’ll quickly realize that it surpasses almost everything that many other artists are doing. It makes you seriously reflect on your family roots, morals and interpersonal relationships.
The lyrics, the beats, the samples, the melodies, and the overall concept of this album is absolutely impressive. Kravitz drives his personal thoughts into your brain with incredible rap flows that are deep and toned down. He doesn’t rant and rave up in your face, preferring to knock you over with the weight of his words. With a masterful use of language and a great display of storytelling, Kravitz proves that hip hop is alive and kicking.
Yet within this sincere and contemplative context, these tracks are both catchy and banging, with intense instrumentals and well-sung pop hooks. The standout tracks that hit really hard are; “Down In My City (Prod. By LavishDieRich)”, “I Like (Prod. By LavishDieRich)”, “All I Need (Prod. By LavishDieRich)”, “March 31st (Prod. By Andre On Beat)”, “The One (Prod. By Silins Beats)” and “Winner Circle (Prod. By Canary Julz)”. In-between Sinnie Kravitz introduces short monologues, spitting his personal truths while keeping it informative yet entertaining and enjoyable.
Sinnie Kravitz is unapologetic and honest in “Nirvana”, as he addresses his values, experiences and opinions. The album is easy to listen to all the way through. It’s enjoyable and has substance. If you only buy music performed by passionate, deep-thinking and humble artists, then “Nirvana” is the one!