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Nufeel

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | SELF

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2012
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"[MIXTAPE] @NuFeelOfficial – Circle of Squares"

Sometimes you never know what you’ll run into on a Monday morning….I caught this tape on my daily venture through cyberspace, pressed play and the rest is history. Had to do some research on this guy though. NuFeel is a artist / producer outta Jersey. After spending most of his professional life getting arists off the ground as a former Def Jam intern, he’s primed to get his own career going. Enjoy - SoLive


"Mixtape: Nufeel “Circle Of Squares”"

Im calling this era “Rise Of The Rookies” because every time i turn around there’s a new artist coming out with their debut mixtape. Not that there is anything wrong with that, it keeps the game fresh especially when they have dope skills. So this review goes to the rookie known as Nufeel. The title of his mixtape is “Circle Of Squares”. With production with the likes of The Neptunes as well as others Nufeel gives you some smooth, laid back (for the most part) songs that you can vibe to and like. Discover Nufeel and his new mixtape “Circle Of Squares” right here on streetkhemistry.com - BlackOut The Rebel


"Nufeel – Like Me (feat. Chase N. Cashe)"

For his latest single “Like Me,” New Jersey native Nufeel links up with the Surf Club’s own Chase N. Cashe. This up-tempo record is all about stunting and flaunting what you got. This is the type of cut that could be added to your “Before You Hit The Club” playlist immediately. The flows from Nufeel & Chase are on point as they trade bards throughout. - Pchopz


"Nufeel ft. Chase N Cashe – Like Me"

Nufeel connects with one of the waviest to do it, Chase N Cashe, on his newest self-produced track. Assisting Nufeel on the production side of things is Nima and they definitely turn things up a notch with one aimed at the clubs. Listen to “Like Me” below. - J


"Nufeel x Topaz Jones – Love Jones"

After dropping the highly successful Circle Of Squares Mixtape, which featured the Hot 97.1 played stand out track “Like Me” Ft Chase N. Cashe. Nufeel is gearing up to drop his Year Of Potential EP. The EP will drop This Saturday on www.brandnufeel.com . In the meantime here is a record from the EP titled “Love Jones” Feat. Topaz Jones. - Elderado


"A3C Performer"

Nufeel's performance experience can only be described as a hipster vibe session that meets the passionate kanye/Drake/Jay-z hiphop show. He provides thought provoking rhymes over unique & dope instrumentals, but also displays the classic hiphop bravado and commercially appealing flows/style. - A3C Staff


"Nufeel Speaks with A3C on his new single "Love Jones""

SonicBids winner and Jersey City’s native, Nufeel kicks it with Safari and talks about what’s poppin with the Nufeel music movement.

Safari Jeffries: Homie, how would you describe the content you put out?

Nufeel: Real. Just something people can relate to but something that also comes with dope beats and flows that won’t put you to sleep


(Courtesy of NufeelOfficial & Youtube)

Safari: Where are you from? How did it influence your musical style?

Nufeel: New Jerusalem aka New Jersey. I live in Jersey City and was heavily influenced by the bad boy era in the 90’s with BIG, Mase, Puff, the lox, etc.

Safari: If you were stranded in the desert and there were 3 items that you could have, what would they be and how would they be used?

Nufeel: Water so I can survive longer (laughs). A tent to avoid the extreme heat/sun and cold at night. And a satellite phone to get the f*ck outta there.

Safari: Tell us about the Love Jones single. Where did the concept come about?

Nufeel: Love Jones came about very organically. I had the beat and loved it so I quickly wrote 3 verses to it. I couldn’t come up with a hook for it so I started playing with some samples and ran across the Dave Chappelle clip and started laughing. A light bulb went off so I chopped the clip and added it to the beat. The love Jones aspect came from a bar I spit in my verse and I just ran with it since it fit.

Safari: Why is A3C Important to you and Important to the Culture?

Nufeel: A3C is important to me because it’s one of the biggest venues I have graced so far. It’s important to the culture because any festival that embraces and spreads hip hop on a grand scale is crucial. Music gives life to people.

Safari: What should we expect from you at the 2014 A3C Festival?

Nufeel: Energy man. I’m so excited to be out there with artist like Black Thought! Just a dope performance showcasing the instrumentals I produce with all the drum breaks & good vibes.

Safari: Since A3C, how has your Career been affected? What Milestones have you achieved?

Nufeel: Since A3C I was also booked for another festival in Boston and have signed with a booking agency called Trapped in Berlin for European shows.

Safari: Where do you see the Hip Hop Culture in the next 5 years?

Nufeel: I see it continuing to grow & change and we as artist and fans should embrace that. Anything that doesn’t change dies.

Safari: What up-coming projects are on the horizon?

Nufeel: I am currently finishing up the follow up project to my Year Of Potential EP. It will be a 10 track album that is completely different than anything that is out.

(Courtesy of NufeelOfficial & Youtube)

Safari: If the fans want to connect with you, how can they reach out?

Nufeel: On my twitter @NufeelOfficial & also on my website www.brandnufeel.com - Safari Jefferies


"Mixtape: Nufeel – The Year Of Potential ll"

New Jersey continues to make noise as of late! With part 1 behind him the Jersey native delivers his second offering titled, ‘The Year Of Potential ll’. The new project serves as the second and final installment of the EP collection. The project is certainly one for the ears with features on the project that include Da$H from Hz Global, Chase N. Cashe and certainly some elite production. Make sure to follow Nufeel over on Twitter @NufeelOfficial - ItsBizKit


"Broke Beats - NuFeel - The Year Of Potential II"

New Jersey rapper NuFeel has had a good year indeed. His February EP “The Year of Potential” was a hit DatPiff release that saw many posi vibes come to the soulful emcee. But that album was really just a teaser for the second half – an 11-song mixtape that is fully fleshed out and smooth as hell. Released in the last week of October, “The Year of Potential II” sees the East Coast poet making good on his early-year promise of potential.

Bookending 2014 with two impressive releases, NuFeel is a welcomed musician who brings cerebral lyrics and an even-keeled delivery that mesmerizes. The sequel has the familiar old school steeze of the “The Year of Potential,” with producers Taylor King, Theophilus, and Derrick Thomas, among others, lacing NuFeel with whirring, textured atmospheres that NuFeel uses to build his opus.

Despite his laid-back delivery and heady subject matter, NuFeel’s technical prowess features prominently on “The Year of Potential II.” Wanna Be,” featuring sublime vocal interludes from D’yon, features NuFeel breathlessly spilling his guts. “Go There (Don’t)” is a similar sprint wherein NuFeel transforms a mournful piano track into a third-person tale of regret.

Herein lies the strength of the album. NuFeel’s storytelling talent is captivating. At many points, he resembles Black Thought of the Roots. Even when he’s not spinning accounts of heartbreak and addiction, NuFeel’s lyrics are the album’s backbone. “Star,” for example, tackles the perils of fame without dipping into the usual cliches.

Positive vibes leak from every pore of “The Year of Potential II,” which is no surprise considering the year NuFeel has had. He has every reason to be smiling, and so do we, because the feel-good rapper isn’t charging us a penny to take it home.

Posted to BDCWire - Jared Fagerberg


"Broke Beats: NuFeel – “The Year of Potential II”"

New Jersey rapper NuFeel has had a good year indeed. His February EP “The Year of Potential” was a hit DatPiff release that saw many posi vibes come to the soulful emcee. But that album was really just a teaser for the second half – an 11-song mixtape that is fully fleshed out and smooth as hell. Released in the last week of October, “The Year of Potential II” sees the East Coast poet making good on his early-year promise of potential.

Bookending 2014 with two impressive releases, NuFeel is a welcomed musician who brings cerebral lyrics and an even-keeled delivery that mesmerizes. The sequel has the familiar old school steeze of the “The Year of Potential,” with producers Taylor King, Theophilus, and Derrick Thomas, among others, lacing NuFeel with whirring, textured atmospheres that NuFeel uses to build his opus.

Despite his laid-back delivery and heady subject matter, NuFeel’s technical prowess features prominently on “The Year of Potential II.” Wanna Be,” featuring sublime vocal interludes from D’yon, features NuFeel breathlessly spilling his guts. “Go There (Don’t)” is a similar sprint wherein NuFeel transforms a mournful piano track into a third-person tale of regret.

Herein lies the strength of the album. NuFeel’s storytelling talent is captivating. At many points, he resembles Black Thought of the Roots. Even when he’s not spinning accounts of heartbreak and addiction, NuFeel’s lyrics are the album’s backbone. “Star,” for example, tackles the perils of fame without dipping into the usual cliches.

Positive vibes leak from every pore of “The Year of Potential II,” which is no surprise considering the year NuFeel has had. He has every reason to be smiling, and so do we, because the feel-good rapper isn’t charging us a penny to take it home.

Posted to BDCWire - Jared Fagerberg


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Coming on the scene with vibrant flows and unique, melodic beats, New Jersey's NuFeel arrived on the scene with his 2013 mixtape Circle of Squares. Having already been a successful music producer in the industry, NuFeel ended up recording his debut album over his production while trying to record references for other artists. The mixtape would grab the attention of major blogs and his featured single "Like Me" would go on to receive major radio play in NYC. With nothing but two in his discography, NuFeel was still popular enough to be invited to A3C in Atlanta.