CompreHend - Current State of Affairs E.P

Hendrik “CompreHend” Oldewarris is an Indie MC, Rapper & songwriter from Leicester City in the East Midlands region of the U.K. CompreHend is a highly passionate wordsmith who’s controversial and raw songs vary from factually motivated, anarchistic anthems to honest self-reflective music, which carries a very compelling message teamed with a unique delivery. CompreHend’s debut E.P “Stockholm Syndrome” (released 29.08.2016) had 2 songs (“Stories of Life” & “Superficial”) played on BBC Introducing Lincolnshire, he was then subsequently interviewed by Everton Osbourne on BBC Radio Leicester on the 15/10/2016. CompreHend has since featured on the popular London based Hip-Hop show FUBAR Radio, alongside artists such as Jehst and America’s Passport Rav. Since the release of his newest E.P “Current State of Affairs” CompreHend has also supported the U.K’s Lowkey at the Music Cafe in Leicester on the 21.09.2017 and upcoming grime star Grim Sickers in Leicester on the 21.10.2017, CompreHend is also booked to support People’s Army’s Logic in Corby on the 08.12.2017.
Current State of Affairs E.P
Current State of Affairs” E.P (released 31.08.2017) is CompreHend’s second studio E.P after the successful release of “Stockholm Syndrome” in 2016. Current State of Affairs details the present day angst within CompreHend including topics such as current relationships, discussing feelings of nostalgia and highlighting some bitter truths in society. Current State of Affairs was recorded at HQ Studios in Leicester and was mix and mastered by Zak Bernstein. The E.P has already seen “Tough Love” played on BBC Radio Leicester, Derby and Nottingham with host Dean Jackson complimenting CompreHend’s “Crisp and silky smooth delivery”. Current State of Affairs was released on all major digital distribution sites on the 31/08/2017 and you can find a full track list track below:
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