The places where he was born and where he has lived. These are the elements that characterise the most the unique world of OG Eastbull

The Italian-Romanian rapper, real name Alfred Hodor, was born in Germany, then spent a few years in Romania, before moving to the Roman neighborhood of Due Ponti. His stage name reflects perfectly his past: on one side OG stands for Original Golani, which in Romanian has different senses, but here means mainly 'bad boys', 'thugs', while on the other the word Eastbull describes his origins. 

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In Rome, between boxing matches and life on the street, OG comes into contact with the music world thanks to Sick Luke, who introduces him to the rap scene of the city. OG starts making music with his crew, the BPR SQVAD, drawing inspiration from artists like 21 Savage and 6IX9INE. 

Today will be released his debut album, La vita è bella, anticipated by the single Il Ballo del Blocco, feat Achille Lauro, a real anthem to the Roman neighborhood where he grew up, and by the viral song Bella Giornata, already gold record. 

OG's poetic, aimed at escaping a reality that sometimes is too complicated, is complemented by the sound production of Il Mago del Blocco, who mixes baile funk, rap, South American sounds, and references to the Romanian and Sinti tradition. Twelve songs that describe the best part about Due Ponti, to "make the sun shine at the block", enriched by the collaborations of Fred De PalmaEdo Fendy and, of course, BPR SQVAD. 

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La vita è bella is now available on Spotity, iTunes and all digital platforms.