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Gravity’s Debut Studio Album ‘Supervillain’ Finished, Gears Up For Official Release

Indian Hip-Hop emcee Gravity has confirmed that his debut full-length effort “Supervillain” is “officially done” and the masters are in. The young rapper, who recently linked up with Bombay Lokal’s rap pioneers Farhan Khan and Shaikhspeare on the “Godfather” cypher, has further revealed that he is now gearing up for digital distribution across platforms.

“It’s only a matter of time before the world witnesses,” Grav wrote in an Instagram post. Check it out here.

After its release, The LP is slated to follow numerous provocative singles and a top-selling EP. In December last year, Grav unveiled the hard-hitting five-track effort ‘Malaal’.

Produced by Outfly, who has assisted the record production on the rapper’s upcoming LP too, the project was a flagrant departure from the rest of Gravity’s discography in recent times. However, the EP went on to portray the Mumbai-bred emcee’s diverse perspective on rap music.

Between his third EP and the upcoming LP, Gravity linked up with Muhfaad on “Robbery”, “Killers in Your Basti” with Lit Trust and “Cypher For Equality” alongside Muhfaad, Neerajomatic and female underground emcees MC Mahila, Pratika and Hashtag Preeti.

Gravity rose to prominence after his ferocious performances at MTV Hustle. The young rapper shocked the MTV Hustle jury and the participants with his far-reaching gnarls and stunning deliveries over rap, drill and grime music at the time. The emcee was also noted for his resemblance with the late New York drill rapper Pop Smoke.

Notably, the “Supervillain” LP might have been in the works since November last year. Grav released notorious visuals alongside a single which was supposedly named after the LP. The record was released just ahead of his third EP and captured the ‘Bombay Lokal’ emcee in his true element. Most recently, Grav dropped bass-heavy ‘PS2’ from the album.

Look out for the ‘Supervillain’ LP by Gravity.

Listen to Gravity’s debut EP ‘Prashna Chinha’ here if you haven’t yet.