By the time Bishop Nehru was just 15 years old, he dropped the debut mixtape, Nehruvia. Comprised of 13 tracks, it boasted productions from J. Dllla, MF Doom, DJ Premier and Madlib.
Since Bishop’s signing to Nas’ label, Mass Appeal Records in 2014, he has gone on to release music at an incredibly consistent rate. By 2014 he collaborated with MF Doom on NehruvianDoom and in 2016 he dropped an entire LP, titled Magic 19.
In 2017, Bishop Nehru released a string of albums, including Emperor Nehru’s New Groove, Strictly Flowz and Nehruvia on all streaming platforms. On the 16th March 2018, Markel Scott dropped his highly anticipated album ‘Elevators: Act I & II’, produced by MF Doom and Kaytranada. Leading music magazine, Rolling Stone featured the LP on their list of “10 Best Rap Releases of the Month”, praising it as a hip hop Pet Sounds and a “penchant for wide-eyed lyricism”.
Having performed the opening for Wu-Tang Clan’s 20th Anniversary, Nas, DOOM, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q & many others Bishop Nehru is a fresh rapper who is earning the respect of some of the greatest in the game.