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  • Paul Riley

Rising Rapper Nxll Unveils Phenomenal New Single “One of One”

Nxll is a rising rapper hailing from Prince George’s County, Maryland, and based in Chicago, Illinois. His passion for music began at an early age, and he honed his skills as a music producer during his junior year of high school. Nxll’s talent and dedication quickly led him to explore rapping, which he began pursuing during his freshman year of college. From his early days as a music producer to his current status as a rising rap star, Nxll is committed to delivering a unique and unforgettable musical experience to his growing audience, as is evident on his newly released single, “One of One”, and accompanying visualiser.

“One of One” makes an impact on first listen. Featuring a gritty, atmospheric beat and Nxll’s unmistakable and effortless rap flow, “One of One” shines the spotlight on a talented rapper in his element. The track also showcases his clever lyricism while he raps about being confident on his journey that everything will work out, which he wrote during a difficult period.

Elaborating further, Nxll says, “I created this track during a pretty difficult time. I moved from DC to Chicago this past summer and don't know many people here. I struggled a lot just trying to figure out life in general out here, and sometimes I don't know who or what to trust. I know I have an ultimate goal that's in music, but you never know where this journey is going to take you or what chances you have to take along the way.

“Through it all I remain confident that things will work out no matter what. I believe this track encapsulates this feeling I've been having. Something that is a one of one is completely unique and can never be replicated. I believe that describes me as an artist and human. The visualiser blends lifestyle scenes from both DC and Chicago, representing the move I recently made and the culture shift I had to adapt to.”

“One of One” is available to buy/stream now on all platforms.

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