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Birth nameJohn Jacob Hannibal V
BornJune 28, 1996
OriginBuffalo, New York, United States
GenresEDM, electropop, Hip Hop, Contemporary R&B
Occupation(s)Music Producer, Singer, Songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, Digital Audio Workstation, Percussion
Years active2014 - Present

John Jacob Hannibal V, better known as Hvnnibvl, is an American music producer, singer, and songwriter from Buffalo, New York. His musical style primarily melds elements of electropop and contemporary R&B.

His songs include "On & On",[1] "On & On (Evix Remix)", "Body of Gold" in collaboration with record producer KDrew,[2] and "Wake Up" [3] released via Universal Music Group sub-label Enter Records.


In June 2016 his single "Lose" was number 6 on Spotify UK most viral tracks listing.[4] In February 2017 his single "No Cover" entered the Spotify UK Daily Viral Charts, peaking at number 37.[5] Between 2017 and 2018, he performed as a supporting act for Lil Uzi Vert, Blackbear, Roy Wood$, THEY., and Poppy. In 2018 he produced the song "Semper" for Rapper Last Verse,[6] which featured in the Showtime series Shameless, The CW series All American, the Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg starring movie Me Time, and the Peacock series Bel-Air between 2020 and 2022.

In 2020 he released his EP "Resaonably, Relative", which included the singles "Losin My Mind"[7] and "Who's Gotcha".[8] In 2022 he released three singles, including the single "Never Enough".[9]


  1. Murray, Robin (May 31, 2017). "Premiere: HVNNIBVL - 'On & On'". Clash Magazine.
  4. "Spotify's Top 10 most viral tracks". AP News. June 14, 2016.
  5. "Spotify Charts - Spotify Charts are made by fans".
  7. "PREMIERE | HVNNIBVL Drops Powerfully Genre-Blending Belter "Losin My Mind"". April 21, 2020.
  8. Salce, Chris (July 21, 2020). "HVNNIBVL - 'Who's Gotcha'". Acid Stag.
  9. Padin, Malvika (October 14, 2022). "Hvnnibvl delves into dreams of a relationship that never came to fruition "Never Enough"".

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