The Canadian rapper originally from Palestine is called Belly. He is known for his albums The Revolution, which featured “History of Violence“, and Sleepless Nights 1.5. He was awarded the Music Composer of the Year at the SOCAN 2015 Awards.
He started broadcasting singles in 2007, gaining early success with “Pressure” while beating the controversy for “History of Violence“.
Belly returns with a new song today, with a response to critics of her Canada Day performances. For those who do not know, Belly presented a show to remember at the event held at Nathan Phillips Square earlier this month, but there was some controversy after a handful of participants Complaints of his words, which excited an apology from the City of Toronto.
Belly arrives to hold him back for the Great North White, drop a new song called “P.O.P.” As you may have assumed, this is an acronym, which means “power of the cat“. During a hypnotic rhythm, Belly enters tale mode, recounting some experiences in which he felt power firsthand. Sometimes, the lyrics dress in x-rated territory, with Belly sparing no detail in his “descending” experiences.