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ABRZY: SUN DON’T SHINE VIDEO RELEASED
October 15, 2020
Coming off the release of his album ‘80 Different Ways’, Wellington-based and Bangladesh born ABRZY drops an energetic video for ‘Sun Don’t Shine’....
ABRY TAKES OVER CRAFT SOURCE
October 11, 2020
Meet local Musician based in Wellington, ABRZY. “I am a hip hop artist and absolutely love this genre more than anything in the entire world. I literally breathe bars and raps, like I could honestly do this all day and never get tired.”
Q&A: MEET ABRZY, WELLINGTON LOCAL DROPS DEBUT ALBUM
October 15, 2020
ABRZY, pronounced Ay. Breezy, is a young Muslim hip-hop artist currently living in Wellington but originally hails from Dhaka, Bangladesh. The NZ local has recently dropped his debut album 80 Different Ways which fuses flavours of his native home with modern hip-hop to create an expression that casts an honest eye on Bangladesh and his identity. ..
ABRZY ON MAKING RHYMES SINCE HE WAS 17
October 6th 2020
Wellington rapper ABRZY joins Kathryn Ryan to discuss his attitude to music making and being featured in The Outliers a new series which profiles inspirational young people from minority communities..
August 23rd 2020
Lockdown – the first one – presented an opportunity of a lifetime for Abid Rahman.
The 27-year-old is a chartered accountant for Xero in Wellington. He is also a rapper, whose latest project – 80 Different Ways – was devised and recorded during alert level 4.
Under the stage name ABRZY, Rahman has been making music since he was 17....
August 28, 2020
‘80 Different Ways’ is the newest album from Wellington rapper ABRZY (Ay. Breezy). ABRZY is a young Muslim artist, originally born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Over the last few years, he has been tirelessly working on new music releasing a slew of singles and music videos..
September 10, 2020
’80 Different Ways’ is the newest project from Wellington rapper ABRZY (Ay. Breezy). ABRZY is a young Muslim artist, originally born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Over the last few years, he has been working hard on new music, releasing a slew of singles and music videos.
We caught up with him to discuss how the album came together, his influences and cultural roots.
Check out the interview below
May 17th 2019
Abid Rahman spends his days working as an accountant at Xero’s Wellington office. But when the 26-year-old closes his spreadsheets, he picks up his song-sheets and becomes Abrzy – a rapper who has opened for international hip hop artists such as Lil Yachty, Kid Ink, Tinie Tempah, and Bliss n Eso....
August 8, 2018
He is, as they say, one to watch - a boy born in Bangladesh and as Wellingtonians as Peter Jackson and Cuba Street, in his entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm. His rap name is inspired by his hometown. “I guess we live in a Windy city - it makes sense!” he laughs. Rapping about his desire to make it big, his opportunities at living in New Zealand and why he's grateful for his ability to do what he wants, Abrzy is an optimist with purpose..