Driven by a desire to dismantle the ball and chain, Mississippi-based rising hip-hop star Nadir has always known that music is his true calling. It's through his smooth as silk lyricism and free-flowing delivery that he aims to create musical epiphanies for listeners, inspiring new ways of thinking and motivating them to take control over their own destiny. Citing heavy influence from Andre 3000 and Kendrick Lamar, Nadir's chilled-out branch of hip-hop comes accompanied by psychedelic undertones and an eclectic philosophy. Thematically pivoted around stories of systemic racism, death, life, freedom, grief, rebirth, and triumph, his style differs from that of other Southern rappers, making him proudly stand out from the rest. From X-Factor semi-finals to well-received releases, an ethos of changing his family's life for the better has always been behind Nadir's planned ascent to the top of game.