Ausar's a rising singer and rapper from the South Side of Chicago. He fell in love with music at a young age, initially gaining inspiration from a predominately gospel background. Having built an appreciation for artists like Common and Kanye West, he was also influenced by the sounds of R&B and soul.
Ausar, widely known for his versatile vocabulary and dynamic melodies, is able to twist lyrics and flows alongside the best of them. His content is reflective, often calling his beliefs, experiences, and the world around him into question.
With cosigns from hip hop legends such as Wyclef Jean and Rakim, Ausar should be on the radar of every avid hip-hop lover. Now coming to the end of his college career, Ausar has one simple goal in mind: he’s just trying to change lives with his music. Learn more.
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Discussions of inspiration in hip-hop (or really in any genre) tend to focus on specific influential albums or artists, but Chicago rapper-producer Ausar Bradley found creative fuel in an algorithm.
Hailing from the East Side of Chicago Ausar Bradley, is on the rise. With a flow like Common, a mind a like Cole, the aura of Lupe & a sound of his own; Ausar should be on the radar of every avid hip-hop lover.
Since I started doing music, I can’t say there’s ever been a time where I was completely satisfied with where I was. I always felt like there was an area I was lacking in. In some ways, I still do. I don’t think that feeling will ever go away. However, the difference now is I can finally see the fruits of my labor starting to show.
Chicago rapper Ausar is no stranger to performing live, but he knows the importance of setting the stage. The rapper sat down with buzz ahead of his set at this year’s Pygmalion Festival and discussed the Champaign-Urbana music scene, his musical inspirations and the impact of rap music.