DieVerse is an American Hip Hop artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has just released his first EP "What You Say" on March 01, 2013. The release party was a successful event held at the N.E. Palace in Minneapolis. This show, along with other previous showings, has left the underground Hip Hop scene "buzzin" about his new music.
In the past year, DieVerse has risen from obscurity to share the stage with underground greats such as Unknown Prophets, Big Jess(solo), Mr. Gene Poole, DJ Frank Castle, Rez Rap Records, Omen, and many others. DieVerse, along with his partner, Peter Jacob, has started an independent movement known as "4th & Main Entertainment". The two successfully started an annual music fest in N.E. Minneapolis called "Heartbeats of Northeast", which showcased the talented artists of northeast Minneapolis, with local legends "Unknown Prophets" headlining. The pair hope to expand next year to create a bigger, better event each year.
DieVerse, previously known as The DieVerse Kid, has been recording songs since his early teen years. He started writing poetry as a form of therapy for the hard times brought upon him in his troubled life. His music, reflecting his life, covers subjects spanning from alcoholism, drug abuse, abandonment, and domestic violence, to love, life, friends, family, and overcoming struggles. Growing up, DieVerse experienced polar opposites of life, being that his dad lived on a small dairy farm in Antigo, Wisconsin, and his mother lived in the inner-city neighborhood of Northeast Minneapolis. This molded DieVerse into a very well-rounded artist, relatable to people from all walks of life.
Since graduating from the Institute of Production and Recording in Minneapolis, DieVerse has rocked countless crowds at several venues across the Midwest and even the East Coast, getting all the way to Philadelphia for "Get The Word Out Summer Fest". It has been an up and down battle in the rapper's personal life. Now, with his head back in the game, equipped with a strong team and a new catalogue of songs, DieVerse is "headed up", and fast. You can expect to see him releasing new material, and playing as many shows as possible in an effort to build a lasting fan base.