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Nabsora

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Nabsora
Birth nameBrian Alejandro Salcedo Avila
Also known asNabsora
Born (1992-05-07) 7 May 1992 (age 31)
OriginLondon, England
GenresHip Hop, Electronic
Occupation(s)Rapper, Producer, Songwriter, Engineer, DJ
Years active2014 - Present
LabelsUnsigned
Associated actsH Boss
WebsiteNabsora.com

Nabsora (born Brian Alejandro Salcedo Avila; 7 May 1992) is a British hiphop/electronic unsigned artist, songwriter, producer, engineer and DJ.[1] His debut album, Right Hemisphere, released in 2014 was all written, produced and recorded by Nabsora in his West London studio. The album contains hits from two music videos Animal and Everyday. Animal was released on 31 October 2014 to coincide with Halloween.

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Early life[edit]

Nabsora was born in Palmira, Valle del Cauca, Colombia to Colombian parents.

Nabsora's parents moved to London, England in 2002, when he was ten years old to escape the violence. He grew up near Parsons Green, and attended Schools in South-West London.[2]

Music career[edit]

Nabs began his music career listening to Hip Hop at the age of eight but it wasn't until thirteen that he began to learn how to produce and record his own music. He took a ten-week course at the Isaac Newton Centre.[3][4]

Nabsora then spent most of his time between studies and making music.[5] He began performing at the age of fifteen at London events including Carnival del Pueblo, Lokura and Latin Fusion gathering a strong following.

After finishing college he began working part time so that he could still focus on his music. During this time he worked on his debut album Right Hemisphere fusing together a modern blend of hip hop and electronic music. In 2014 Right Hemisphere was released.

In 2014 he began performing at open mic sessions around London after the release of his debut album and music video, Animal, which was shot like a horror short film/music video.[6][7][8]

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