Stavanger's race Izabell calls the audience to shoot when he launches a debut album "Shoot Me".
Friday, November 16, the rapper, Izabell, is known for anno P3 remix Attitudeproblem, a debut album on the new STVG Kartell release.
Benedict Izabell Ekeland, a 28-year-old full name, is one of the entrepreneurs behind the record labels and collectives who want urban artists to come up and down.
Here you can listen to the title track:
On the local Bias.no website, Izabell praised the local talent, who produced and blended seven of the eight songs in the record.
"It's not always good for people who are crazy good people in this city, they go to the internet.
The album got the title Shoot me, which is a term widely used in Stavanger.
"Shoot me" can be used when you are hoping or you are wrong, or Izabell can use something like "come to me".
Shoot from Izabela!
In addition to the tile, Izabell also made a game for the game, where the audience is disputed for shooting. In the game, which is an application available through Apple Store and Google Play, the award is concealed with a new album.
Izabell is not eager to use creative tools to promote his music. In 2013, the agency Haaland, Eidsvag & Strøm and Anorak won the Kaizervirus application, where fans could share the new Kaizers Orchestra music before the official record.
Framtida.no also wrote about Syria Elton, who played his music on the street to get a human verdict.
"It's so crazy, many are good and they draw little attention to their music, we need to find new things," said 19-year-old Framtida.no.
Early impure winner and future writer Jon Olav sent a chain linking to his website to promote the debut album "Young Poetry".