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Native Tongue welcomes JessB


The Auckland based hip-hop artist was nominated for Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Best Hip Hop Artist at the 2018 New Zealand Music Awards. JessB has performed to massive crowds at almost every major New Zealand festival and has recently played shows alongside the likes of English rapper Stormzy and Melbourne soul artist Kaiit.

‘Bump Bump feat. Church Leon' is the first track from JessB’s new project due later this year and follows the 2018 release of her debut EP Bloom.

"I’m super excited to be working with Native Tongue and expanding my possibilities in terms of writing and connecting to new places and people" says JessB.

Matt Tanner, Head of Creative Services at Native Tongue, added "JessB has been blazing her own path in hip hop over the past couple of years and we’ve been watching her crush it. We recognise Jess's incredible drive and we’re excited to join her team and play a part in her career. Jess is currently writing in London, Amsterdam and LA over the next month".

Listen to 'Bump Bump feat. Church Leon' on Spotify here.




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