Fonia Session 18 – Guest: Figub Brazlevič


Welcome to the 18th installment of the fonia radio show. This time we climbed up the Kassablanca tower to welcome Figub Brazlevič, beatmaster from (at the moment) Berlin, restless producer and lover of dadaist word mayhem.

Enjoy backstage talks all around the world of Figub, background sounds scapes full of food and soccer comments and a load of Brazlevič’s beats!

Be good to yourself and enjoy!


Figub Brazlevič is a Berlin-based beat producer and a talented member of the new generation of HipHop beatmakers. Drawing inspiration from various music styles like jazz, soul, funk and blues, Figub has been releasing music for the last sixteen years. His beats are a chase for the groove, propelled by thumping drums and swinging percussion.


Growing up in the Golden Era influenced him a lot and is mirrored in his music: he always shows his respect to a time that largely defined the music he loves and makes. Expect a bass-driven mixture of classic Hip Hop and fresh new sounds, synthetic and sampled: not tied down a specific musical genre but open to any and all inspiring influences. (picture above © Anthony Kurtz)