Dirtsa Offers Global Perspective on "Sic Parvis Magna"

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Dirtsa cannot be compared to any other contemporary artist. The Cameroon born and France-based artist makes music just as unique as her upbringing. Dirtsa brings a global perspective to hip-hop in both the production she chooses to perform over and her effortless transition from French to English. Her two prior releases  "Meghan Markle" and  "Underdog" show what makes her such an exciting artist. Both tracks feature fast flows and witty, topical wordplay.

Dirtsa is continually evolving and her new single  "Sic Parvis Magna" is her best yet. The phrase meaning  "greatness from small beginnings" perfectly sums up Dirtsa's past and bright future ahead. Beyond her influences and performance,  "Sic Parvis Magna" is also a testament to her writing. The track is socially conscious and has a catchy and hard-hitting hook.

"Sic Parvis Magna" is Dirtsa only at the beginning of her artistic journey. With lyrical focus and technical ability, Dirtsa's music is a refreshing new point of view. Be on the look out for more new music from the global star in the making.

Watch and stream "Sic Parvis Magna" by Dirtsa below:

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