Antix may be the stage name of rapper Alex Nimier, even though he comes from London, his music has small in keeping with British varieties of hip-hop such as for example grime or street rap, instead having more of a kinship with American underground rappers such as for example Mos Def and Atmosphere. His poignant lyrics address sociable problems and personal complications, but will have an purpose to uplift and inspire. His affects stretch significantly beyond the hip-hop world, encompassing jazz, folk, and traditional, and his direct, tuneful tracks often consists of cellos, pianos, and acoustic guitars. Antix’s debut recording, Flammable Grammar, made an appearance in past due 2010, and he started to build-up a group of fans in the U.S., playing many shows in LA with artists such as for example Bone tissue Thugs-N-Harmony and Tha Dogg Pound. Sophomore recording Question Everything found its way to 2012, and solitary “You’re Crazy (2012)” received BBC airplay. The entire year 2014 saw the discharge of singles “Poor Dreams,” “Smile,” and “Breathless,” which received further U.K. airplay and on-line support. The 2015 solitary “GET BACK” was selected as Tabs on the Week on BBC Presenting, and Antix performed in the Field Day event in London.