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Although you may not know it, it is very possible that you have already heard Pi’erre Bourne. Basically, trap would have been very different (and also much worse, if truth be told) from what we have heard over the last five years if it had not been for him: his productions for Playboi Carti, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd, are as close to the street as they are to a video game, have been copied, copied and copied again to become a canon within the genre, almost a genre in itself.
The tag "Yo Pi’erre, you wanna come out here?" which acts as a doorway to many of the songs he has produced is now recognized as a guarantee of durability. Among so many throwaway beats, so much predetermined sound, Bourne has created a school and his hard drive has always been the most coveted in the industry.
His King Midas of the beat facet would have been enough to earn him a chapter in the encyclopedia of trap or, if you like, of all the hip-hop of this century, but living in the studio and being constantly surrounded by the best rappers ended up making Pi'erre Bourne want to sign his own tracks and even entire mixtapes.
Who would have imagined that the best producer of his generation would also become a versatile and imaginative MC with his own voice? About to drop The Life of Pi’erre 5, he will perform at La (2) de Apolo.
Debido a las restricciones respecto al Covid-19, el concierto de PI'ERRE BOURNE queda aplazado. + info próximamente.