Baltimore-born, Seattle-raised; Ghoulavelii, a smooth talker yet vicious rhythmic wordsmith, is certainly positioning himself to be one of the crafters for this new emerging rebellious sound that’s breaking this year.
With the likes of Smokepurpp, and Comethazine, they have garnered a new lane for young rappers to be sly individuals but still pivot in their own direction, straying from the norms of more “pop” oriented rappers in their age range (essentially making the difference between the high demand popular records that crossover like Lil Skies and Lil Xan’s recent efforts and Comethazine’s long string of off-kilter records). That being said, Ghoul has separated himself from the pack of rappers that are breaking now with having a versatile range of songs that doesn’t duplicate one another. Along with this, Ghoul presents a “player” essence to his material, an effortless cool that’s quite hard to find in the extraness of hip-hop. Where he’s not one of the face-tatted or purple haired young kids who are rapping today, he’s definitely an act from a diverse area who’s bringing a fresh perspective on what it means to be a young and budding artist in today’s time.