Bishop Nehru Songs

  • Jumpman (Remix)
    Jumpman (Remix)
    You knew it was only a matter of time before Future & Drake’s “Jumpman” instrumental was the preferred choice for rappers to hop on and remix. Within the past two weeks alone, we’ve heard remixes from Rick Ross, Skepta, K Camp, Dreezy, and even Soulja Boy, but now it’s NYC’s Bishop Nehru turn to take on the Metro Boomin-produced cut.
  • Bishy In Japan 16 (Knowing Nothing)
    Bishy In Japan 16 (Knowing Nothing)
    New York spitter Bishop Nehru was in Japan this past week for a pair of shows leading up to the release of his May 11 EP, Nehruvia: The Nehruvian. In celebration of the trip, he shared a short track that won't appear on the release, entitled "Bishy In Japan 16 (Knowing Nothing)."
  • Breath (Prana/$pirit)
    Breath (Prana/$pirit)
    Earlier today, precocious lyricist Bishop Nehru announced a new EP that'll precede his official Mass Appeal, Nehruvia. The similarly-titled Nehruvia: The Nehruvian EP will arrive on May 11th, and accompanying the announcement are two new tracks from the eight-track project. We've already heard "Harmony In A Glass," and now here's "Breath (Prana/$pirit)." 
  • Harmony In A Glass
    Harmony In A Glass
    At just 18, New York native Bishop Nehru already has something under his belt that would make most indie-minded rappers ridiculously jealous: a full-length collaboration with masked enigma MF DOOM. Since dropping NehruvianDOOM with the rap legend last year, the youngster's signed to Mass Appeal and remained relatively quiet. That changes today with the announcement of an EP, which will precede his debut album, Nehruvia.
  • Pretty Girls (Remix)
    Pretty Girls (Remix)
    If you need to wind down at the end of your day, or mellow out for no particular reason at all, then this new remix from Bishop Nehru is for you. The New York-based rapper hits us with something a bit different today as he decides to hop on a remix of Little Dragon's subdued cut "Pretty Girls."
  • Breath (Prana/$pirit)
    Breath (Prana/$pirit)
    After dropping off his NehruvianDOOM project with MF DOOM a couple months back, Bishop Nehru decides to keep the music rolling. Tonight, Bishop comes through and releases his newest track “Breath ( (Prana/$pirit)”. Taking a deep breathe, Bishop slows it down with this one and delivers some tongue twisted rhymes while addressing some of today’s most current topics. No word for where this will end up, but with a free download link provided, this may very well be just something for the fans. Check it out and let us know what ya think!
  • Caskets
    DOOM has been more elusive than ever over the last couple of years, but he's reappeared as a producer on a recent selection of traks from up-and-coming rapper Bishop Nehru, with the two teaming up for an upcoming full length project, NehruvianDOOM. The chemistry between the two artists has been great so far, but their most recent endeavor finds DOOM on the mic as well as behind the boards, opening things with his signature stream of consciousness before handing things off to his protege. Things wrap up with two minutes of some loopy experimentation.
  • OM
    Shortly after announcing a release date for the anticipated Bishop Nehru x MF DOOM collaborative album NehruvianDOOM, the rapper-producer duo return with the a new single from the album, "OM", in which DOOM also provides the hook. This follows up their visuals for the track "Darkness (HBU)".
  • Wreckin' Crew
    Wreckin' Crew
    LRG Clothing enlisted two rising rappers, Dizzy Wright and Bishop Nehru, to be the new faces of their Summer 2014 clothing campaign. The two rappers appeared in LRG's Lookbook, and now they take things a step further by connecting in the studio for a three-track EP which LRG curated. On the boards for the three cuts is 9th Wonder, who happens to be (not so coincidentally) an LRG brand ambassador. "Wreckin' Crew" is the opening cut on the EP BrILLiant Youth, and featured Add-2.
  • You Stressin'
    You Stressin'
    Disclosure have begun an invasion of the R&B and hip hop world this year. Collaborating with Mary J. Blige, Q-Tip, and now Bishop Nehru. The English duo stream their UK electro through a boom-bap filter, their distinct synth sounds being the only distinguishing characteristic of their deep house roots. Bishop wraps some assonant DOOM-like flows around the production, making for a very successful collaboration. Quotable lyrics:
  • Appalled
    Stream Appalled, the newest drop from Bishop Nehru which features Aaran Lacrate. The cut was released on Monday, July 29th, 2013. Things are looking better for Bishop Nehru with each new release, which Appalled has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Bishop Nehru has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
  • Mobb Dizzle
    Mobb Dizzle
    Listen to Mobb Dizzle, the new track by Bishop Nehru, which was dropped on Monday, July 15th, 2013. Bishop Nehru's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Mobb Dizzle will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Bishop Nehru debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.