Bizarrap presenta su BZRP session #60 con un nuevo corto

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Bizarrap presents its BZRP session #60 with a new short

The phenomenon of BZRP sessions from the Argentine Bizarre returns with the edition #60this time with the Dominican rapper Lismar. The song can be heard starting this afternoon.

Bizarrap has once again turned to cinematography to present a new session, after the viral short “BIZAPOP”. This time it featured the Oscar-winning Argentine filmmaker Armando Bo. The short film of more than seven minutes tells the story of the producer returning to his studios, which have undergone great changes such as the implementation of AI.

The artist navigates different sensations until Bizarre takes an element that leads him to discover the talent behind his new BZRP session: Lismar. The Dominican rapper, only 19 years old, has already stood out on the scene for her incredible ability to rap at double tempo. In this new session, the Argentine producer continues to focus on still emerging artists, a choice highly applauded by his audience.

The session will be available starting today afternoon Wednesday May 22. At the same time Bizarrap will present its headline show in New York City. This year, in Spain we will only be able to enjoy the Argentine next year June 11 in Ibiza. To not miss it, you can purchase the latest tickets by clicking on this link.

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