Ish1da | PS1 Freeverse | Video

Ish1da | PS1 Freeverse | Video

Ish1da drops a tribute to Sony’s O.G. PS1 with a glitchy video to boot.

Remember that anxiety when the PlayStation logo hung on the screen longer than usual? Not sure that the game is going to load up? Re-live that feeling with this PS1 Freeverse from Is1da dedicated to Sony’s landmark console and games.

Ish1da also has a new album available which dropped in mid December last year titled I Love Music. Consisting of fifteen tracks the release will appeal to anime fans from which much of the album takes inspiration. With a harder edge to his vocal style than many of his peers Ish1da’s no holds barred style makes for an energetic release. My personal highlight is the ‘Ruffian Remix’ of the first single Senpai. See the video here.

I Love Music is available as a ‘name your price’ release via bandcamp now.

About Ish1da – Ish1da is a nerdcore rapper hailing from Kansas influenced by gangsta rap and anime. He is a member of nerdcore collective The Moderators.

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