Another fine addition to the artist’s discography, Divita now takes his talents to a fiery rap single, starkly contrasting his first release which was drill. A consistent flow over the beautiful beat conveys the message perfectly; to lay down the love for money for eternal life and greater blessings. Produced by ‘byscorez’, the beat utilises drums, a harp and perfectly tuned string instruments carrying the weight of the beautiful message Divita raps. This single taken from his upcoming EP is just a taste of Divita’s 2021.
From the electric first verse to the more vocal chorus, a constant theme of laying down the love of money and focusing on the important things, especially within the context of a relationship with God is displayed clearly. The rapid-fire bars and flow in combination with wordplay and interesting lyrical choices makes it stand out as more than just another Christian rap single but a song to be heard, a song to be taken in and ‘digested’ as well as the message to be thought about constantly. Throughout the verses, Divita constantly puts forward the concern that many are throwing away their lives for money and the misplaced burning desire for it, as well as presenting the contrasting benefits of chasing God rather than money.
Taking time out of releasing music, Divita took a large break between Kingdom and his upcoming single ‘Diamonds’ to re-focus on the quality of his art. Writing almost daily and practicing frequently while constantly experimenting in the studio has led to the large improvement that is ‘Diamonds’ so listeners of Divita’s music should anticipate a change in the pace of his art, especially in this new year of 2021, a lot more consistency and should note that Divita is an artist to keep your eye on this year, as you never know what he could release next. Potentially a project, more singles and most definitely some music videos are on the way from the artist.
More about Divita:
A bold upcoming artist, Divita produces music that defines his lifestyle heavily influenced by gospel. Born in Glasgow and raised in Birmingham, school and church were the most prevalent things in his life – he saw potential to do more. Growing up in a household where music was unavoidable; from the sounds of African gospel and Motherland classics to the sound of Pop and Hip-Hop: it was inevitable that Divita would take in such influences. Divita first picked up a pen at the age of eight for more than just music; poetry and such caught his interest. Now at the age of 18 after the successful release of his debut single ‘Kingdom’ his music career officially starts after constantly writing freestyles, and refining his rapping skills and sound: fusing together ‘ice-cold’ wordplay, flow and lyricism in his music while staying true to himself and his message with the gospel.