‘The Disciple’ releases his hard hitting and culturally political single entitled ‘Metaphysical Disorder’.
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 develop an interest in international history and global affairs. He started to read books and eventually changed his old artist name «Olistic» to «The Disciple». An allegory to someone who spreads the messages and teachings of the books he’s been reading. The Disciple was particularly influenced by left intellectuals, e.g. Jean Ziegler, Noam Chomsky as well as pan-African leaders.His lyrics, now, talk about Western exploitation in third world countries, international politics and revolutionary concepts.
Metaphysical Disorder is out on all platforms 10 Feb 2023