Hip-hop - Rap - Crunk - R&B
Eterne Rima - Tokyo (Japan)
ETERNE RIMA's Album Taglibro de brutulo. Hip-hop crunk and E&B by Tokyo
Eterne Rima became an Esperantist in 2000 after self-study of Esperanto, which enchanted him with its beauty and unique character. Before that time, already in the 90s he had created and sung numerous clubdance songs in English. In the summer of 2000, Eterne Rima produced his first demo-album Por miaj gefratoj with Esperanto hiphop. After that, there was a few years’ break, when due to his professional medical work, Eterne Rima did not have time to occupy himself a lot with his beloved music. However, in his free time he launched his second parallel clubdance project Lunatiko, known for Planedo Esperanto (Esperanto planet) which appeared on Elektronika Kompilo (VKKD53) released by the Vinilkosmo label. In that period he also did some concerts during local Esperanto events.
In 2007, Eterne Rima moved to his new homeland Japan (after meeting a Japanese woman), and already being a mature Esperantist, he decided to revive his hiphop activity. He has founded his own music studio Espo-Lunatiko and started the zealous work producing the latest great-sounding crunk hiphop with elements of R&B and writing ardent rap texts in Esperanto. In 2009, Eterne Rima contributed two songs to the famous Hiphop Compilation (Hiphopa Kompilo Vol.1). These are Amika man’ (a friendly hand), which he had made previously in 2006, and Batas la kalkan’ (the heel is beating), composed in the beginning of 2009.
The year 2009 was very fruitful for Eterne Rima.
In December he released a 4-title EP, Por la rep’ (for rap), freely downloadable, to announce the release of his next album.
In spring 2010, we saw Eterne Rima's first album of new music, Samideano. In 2011 Eterne Rima returns on Hiphopa Kompilo Volumo 2 (HHK2)
Two years later, here's his second album, Taglibro de brutulo (Diary of a Brute).
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