Ruphc, the versatile Afrobeats and hip-hop maestro, has once again captivated audiences with the release of his latest single, “Bad”. Hailing from Delta State in Nigeria and based in the UK, Ruphc brings a unique blend of musical styles that resonate straight from the heart.
A qualified medical doctor turned passionate musician, Ruphc seamlessly fuses Afrobeats and hip-hop sounds to create a musical experience that transcends boundaries. His authenticity shines through in every note, and his music is a soulful expression of his journey so far.
“Bad” is an energetic track that is sure to appeal to fans of artists such as Phyno, Asake, Falz, Odumodublvck and Shallipopi. The track originated as a freestyle, with Ruphc effortlessly vibing to the beat. Guaranteed to make everyone move, “Bad” encapsulates the essence of Ruphc’s musical prowess and cultural identity, blending Igbo and English seamlessly in its lyrics.
Speaking about the song’s meaning, Ruphc says, “‘Bad’ is used as part of a sentence ‘Nwoke di kwa bad o’, which means ‘the man is bad’. ‘Bad’ here means several things – skilful, talented, incredible, etc.”
Describing his creative process, Ruphc continues, “I heard the beat, caught the vibe and started to freestyle. It’s basically how I make most of my songs. I don’t write; I just vibe.”
“Bad” is a testament to Ruphc’s ability to craft infectious melodies and memorable hooks. With its vibrant rhythm and captivating lyrics, the single showcases the artist’s dedication to creating music that transcends genres and resonates with a global audience.
Ruphc invites music enthusiasts and fans alike to experience the magic of “Bad” and join him on his musical journey.