Bison is a Hip-hop artist from Liverpool, a suburb of Greater Western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The artist, who dropped a few singles last year, with the likes of Corey Jones, and has had mainstream collabs with Fedarro IE Music, is currently set to release second mixtape “Molly Groove” by the 12th of March 2021, produced by long time veteran in the game Beatz.Lowkey.
Bison, who also has a been working with Kyla Imani on “Doing Too Much 2”, has an alluring and compelling sound, allowing his Molly music to pierce through any opposition. It encompasses hypnotic storytelling – in terms of introspection and emotion – while subconsciously making you bob your head to a heavy beat.
Bison not only showcases his rapping flexibility, but he also satisfies a niche within the streaming-era, providing relatable stories, combined with a grooving Hip-Hop aura. Bison’s ability to bare his thoughts in his music is painted all over his tracks. His sincerity flows from his heart into our souls, giving words to the uneasy feelings and experiences we can be too afraid to unpack at times.
Each of Bison’s songs produces a different form of quality, vibe and beat. He produces music with his dominant voice that flows perfectly through the track’s progression, revealing something that is fresh and new in today’s often cloned musical era. Bison relies less on hype, and more on sharp delivery, smooth production, and his fluid flow to carry it over the top.
Bison does not shy away from throwing references back to the city that shaped him as a person, as well as the music he makes. His songs are so cool they may breeze by during the first few listens, so give them a few spins to really capture your attention, allowing you to take in every emotion, lyric, beat and brag, for the best possible experience.
“Hiphop is for everyone. Molly music for those who can relate and understand the vibe that I’m bringing,” affirms Bison.