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vibe god

Houston, Texas, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | INDIE

Houston, Texas, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2012
Solo Hip Hop R&B




"New music: Listen to Vibe God's "Buckle Up""

Houston-born rapper Vibe God is someone to keep an eye on in 2019. After a tragic car accident, the rapper chose to quit his old job, move to L.A., and start music. Now the dream has taken off and he debuts with the double single "Buckle Up / Lights Off".

Both "Buckle Up" and "Lights Off" are produced by the Swedish duo QUFO Beats. Vibe God's sound blends futurism with electronic trap hip-hop and the beat to "Buckle Up" compares to Young Thug and Travis Scott's hit "Pick Up The Phone". Despite its few releases, Vibe God shows tremendous professionalism in both his artistry and production, and you immediately become curious about what comes next.

On February 23, Vibe God makes its first live show ever, and in addition it is happening on Swedish soil. He will play at the Daze Days club festival, which will take place on February 22-23 in Stockholm, with artists such as Octavian, Kelvyn Colt and Yung Lean & Yung God 's' Dead Mark'.

Check out the trippy music video for Vibe God's single "Buckle Up" above. Both singles "Buckle Up / Lights Off" can be found easily via the Spotify link below and don't forget to catch tickets to Vibe Gods first gig, here! - AMINA BIRKEMOSE


Buckle Up 
Lights Off



Vibe God is definitely one to watch in 2019. He is the next emerging hip-hop artist out of Houston following his fellow city mate Travis Scott. Vibes recently moved to Los Angeles to further pursue his dreams of going big.

Even though his career is in the rising, he has been working a lot to get here. He went through a lot growing up such as bullying and living in a rough neighborhood that wasn’t safe and he lost his sister at a young age. It was after a horrifying car accident that he decided to turn his life around - he took the decision to quit his job, move to Los Angeles and focus on creating music and to build a career as a rapper to 100 %. 

Somehow through the Internet, he got connected with a Swedish producer duo, called QUFO Beats. They loved his sound and his rapping and he was intrigued by them and their early works. Together they made a deal to start with: he gave them beats in exchange of them making his visuals. After realizing that they all shared the same opinions in music, they decided to meet up in L.A and work together. 

They spent a whole week in the historical Capitol Records studio in Beverly Hills, California. The result you ask? Pure and amazing futuristic hip hop. Vibe God doesn’t only rap, he sings. He was born to do this.

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