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Bladee first started gaining notoriety in 2013 for his self-released, emotionally charged take on rap; growing up in Stockholm and thus completely detached from any sort of rap tradition, he was left to invent a new one - patching together his disparate internet influences with his vibrant imagination, creating a new wave of uncanny and immensely influential, highly unclassifiable type of music - by himself of together with the Drain Gang crew (consisting of Thaiboy Digital, Ecco2k and producer Whitearmor). Since then, Bladee has released three mixtapes, five EPs, four collaborative projects, and two studio albums, each adding a new chapter to his ever-growing myth as well as providing a genrebending blueprint for the next wave of online based, heliophobic artists to follow. His worldbuilding — a mixture of both aspiration and real life — is part of what makes Bladee’s music unique, bringing out a wide spectrum of emotion between slow burning, susceptible ballads and highly charged pop hybrids, usually steered by the progressive instrumentals from his go-to producers Whitearmor, Yung Sherman, Gud and Ripsquad. Bladee is notoriously enigmatic; his lyrics are abstract, his visuals cryptic, and yet he is perhaps best described as an artist that find happiness by just to putting out a certain, peculiar energy - always attached to the idea of creating something truly beautiful, to follow his inner light and to constantly evolve.