Nadia Rose from the dead to kill with them flows
There is something especially unique about Nadia Rose's flow, energy and lyricism that makes her music so remarkable. At only 23, her names been buzzin' all around the UK as her musics' being aired on urban radio stations and featured on BBC Radio 1xtra and SBTV. She's confident in her skills and she's growing in the UK music scene.
If I had to choose my favourite thing about Nadia, it would be her lyrics and the way in which she delivers every verse with so much power. As a child, instead of the bible under her pillow, she used to have the dictionary. Damn, can't help but wish I read the dictionary more as a child lol.
We often judge males artistic talents by their ability to freestyle, as seen on the XXL Freshman Class Cover freestyles. Little do some people know, WE FEMALES BE KILLIN IT TOO. Watch Nadia Rose murder these freestyles:
“I’d literally just come back from Ghana, where we buried her, the week before I recorded that,”
The next freestyle is a tribute to her grandmother, who passed away in midst of her career launching. She really goes deep and uses different flows with the beat. In an interview with The Guardian, Nadia explains: “I’d literally just come back from Ghana, where we buried her, the week before I recorded that,” Rose remembers. “Before I could have done anything else, I had to do that.”