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“Wjahna Deep”, the new track by Moroccan rapper Issam

Written by FDM

The Casablanca-based young rapper and composer Issam released his new track “Wjahna Deep”, the first single from his very first album called “Crystal”, which is scheduled for release in 2021.

The Moroccan trap prince, as some may call him, launched “Wjahna Deep”, a single from his very first album “Crystal”. This song combines melancholy melody and sounds inspired by Raï. Issam sings about a dark past and an unknown future which made him the man he is today, aware that peace and love are the only ways to move forward in life. And “Wjahna Deep” is the perfect introduction to this first album which aims to bring a fresh and modern vision to the rap industry in Morocco, as we can read in a press release.

Since his song “Trap Beldi” unveiled in 2018, the 27 years-old artist has experienced a meteoric rise. Cumulating more than 17 million views, he has had a series of successes with titles such as “Caviar”, “Happy New Year”, “Makinch Zhar”, “Nike”, or “Casablanca”. He has performed in Morocco and Europe and signed in May 2019 with Universal France and Def Jam Islands, which is considered the biggest contract ever signed for Arab hip-hop.

Proud of his roots, Issam brings a new style, a mix between his “auto-tuned” voice, lyrics in Darija (Moroccan), the classic trap rhythms, subtly fused with popular Moroccan sounds.“Wjahna Deep”, the new track from Moroccan rapper Issam

 

Since his song “Trap Beldi” unveiled in 2018, the 27 years-old artist has experienced a meteoric rise. Cumulating more than 17 million views, he has had a series of successes with titles such as “Caviar”, “Happy New Year”, “Makinch Zhar”, “Nike”, or “Casablanca”. He has performed in Morocco and Europe and signed in May 2019 with Universal France and Def Jam Islands, which is considered the biggest contract ever signed for Arab hip-hop.

Proud of his roots, Issam brings a new style, a mix between his “auto-tuned” voice, lyrics in Darija (Moroccan), the classic trap rhythms, subtly fused with popular Moroccan sounds.

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