Vas Leon

[MUSIC] VAS LEON -“W.O.K.E.” | @thisisvasleon

International Icon, Vas Leon does it again with New Streamtape,

“Woke”

 

 

 

VAS LEON took an already unconventional approach to rapping to an entirely new level with his project ‘W.O.K.E.’. This streamtape introduces witty and intelligent punchlines, contrasted beautifully with emotion and darkness.

Born and raised in London, UK, singer, rapper, and producer – VAS LEON grew up listening to the likes of Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson; of whom he says is his biggest musical influence. From a young age, VAS learned to play several instruments. As a teenager, he found a profound connection and love for poetry. This inevitably leads to the spark that was to ignite his musical career.

After his time in university, VAS made the decision to peruse his music career at full force. The fast gaining media exposure and commercial success lead to being sponsored by the contemporary Shake company. Achieving great success gigging across the U.K., Europe, and the states, VAS has since become a part of the successful Miami based collective – GTPS.

In 2016, VAS LEON came to release his long anticipated debut LP Krossover – an outstanding self-produced body of work – that creates an undeniable sound and collection of tracks relating to a universal audience. Krossover LP debuted at no. 14 in the UK Hip Hop charts. VAS LEON has truly come into his own and honed in on his craft and creative talents. He brings his own unheard of transatlantic flare to the urban and pop music industry. Truly a storyteller in a class of his own, he is bound to take the world by storm.

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