Meet “The Disciple,” an insightful and politically conscious hip-hop emcee, whose real name is Oliver Pulfer. This exceptionally talented artist has become a guiding light in the music industry with his impactful new release, “Bottom of Society.” This thought-provoking rap song delves deep into politically charged themes, shedding light on the enduring hardships faced by marginalized communities worldwide. Originating from Bern, Switzerland, Oliver Pulfer’s passion for rap music and Hip Hop culture ignited at a young age. Fueled by his open-mindedness and profound respect for diverse cultures, he dedicated himself to mastering the craft of English rhymes during his teenage years. Influenced by the wisdom of esteemed left-wing intellectuals like Jean Ziegler, Noam Chomsky, and pan-African leaders, he adopted the stage name “The Disciple,” symbolizing his role as a messenger who disseminates insights and teachings drawn from extensive reading on global affairs and international history. The lyrical prowess of The Disciple is awe-inspiring, fearlessly tackling critical issues such as Western exploitation in third-world countries, international politics, and revolutionary concepts. Notably, his previous single, “Metaphysical Disorder,” garnered widespread attention for its poignant commentary on the genocide of African cultures under the overwhelming dominance of Western Civilization. Now, brace yourself for the […]
‘Oliver Pulfer’ AKA ‘The Disciple’ releases ‘Metaphysical Disorder’ his new single about Culture and Psychology.
Oliver Pulfer AKA The Disciple has been working on a body of work over the last few years in Switzerland. The lead single to be released is the hard hitting and culturally political single – Metaphysical Disorder. The track is a commentary on the genocide of many African cultures due to an overbearing focus on Western Civilization.The rapping is complimented by Pindaimuhushe Bosha – KVA’s sweet reggae vocal and melodies infused with traditional African beats It’s not about economic exploitation or politics but its more about Culture and Psychology, that’s why it’s called Metaphysical. Oliver embraces a more Afrocentric world view and is deeply moved about the disappearance of certain cultures. As The Disciple notes – “The lyrical content is pretty deep”. ABOUT THE DISCIPLE Oliver was born in 1988 in Bern, Switzerland. He always liked rap music and became interested in Hip Hop culture at a young age. Due to his international spirit, he always had an inclination towards the English language as well as other cultures worldwide. He started to write his first rhymes in English in his teens. He recorded his first tracks before he was twenty years old. In the middle of his twenties, he started to […]