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ByLwansta To Collaborate With Berlin Born Artist In A Month Long Residency

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There is a lot to be said for an artist’s knack for creativity when they always find ways to reach beyond borders in the name of music. ByLwansta has proven, consistently, that his brand of art is not just based off what he knows but also what he chooses to explore. The gifted lyricist has announced that he will be in Berlin to work on new music with Berlin-born artist, Robert Koch.

Coming off the heels of his recent Paris appearance at Kitsuné Afterwork, ByLwansta returns to Europe in July and August. This time he is in Berlin, Germany for a one month artist residency and to make a  second appearance at Berlin’s Pop-Kultur Festival

ByLwansta has teamed up with award winning Berlin-born and Los Angeles-based artist, producer and composer Robot Koch. Koch, well known for his cinematic and emotional space-age beats, will collaborator with Bylwansta in a month long creative residency programme, in which the two artists will create both music and a live performance piece that will be performed at Pop-Kultur Festival on the 23rd of August.

This should be an interesting one as ByLwansta’s brand has been built on consistency, relatable storytelling and respecting his audience. But not as much on collaboration since he handles everything pertaining to his brand by himself. And in the same breathe, his performance style is intimate, charming and almost depends on getting the audience into his space. 

We look forward to the outcome. 

Peep the wrap-up for his recent Paris trip for his Kitsune Artwork appearance. 

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