Cravism has shown a knack for blissed-out beats, drawing from jazz, hip-hop and R&B. Watch this full live set to dig into his craft.
This performance was made possible by the Dorothy Cheung Memorial Fund.
Singaporean producer Cravism has always been immersed in the Hip-hop culture. Besides being a professional b-boy, Cravism began playing the piano and trumpet in the early 2000s, which progressed into recording and producing his own music. Since then, he has continued to produce music featuring such artists as Howard Chan, Ffion, Heather Grey, Kiina, Subhas and more.
His music has been featured in Berlin, Hong Kong, London, Mexico City, Milan, Moscow, Paris, and Seoul for the Adidas Originals Flagship Store has been used by many documentary videos such as The Cuppa Depresso, Elevate the Streets, Dead was the Body and many more. Cravism has also performed around Singapore and the United Kingdom, opening shows for big names such as Slum Village, Cosmo Midnight and others.
Over the past 4 years of producing, Cravism has released 2 instrumental albums and 1 collaborative album with French jazz singer Maya Diegel. His sound contains smooth jazz textures laid over lushful mellow jazz hip hop beats that aim to transport the listener into a chilled and relaxed realm.