Oliver Pulfer, the politically charged Hip Hop Emcee known as The Disciple, stages a powerful comeback with his latest release, a thought-provoking rap anthem titled “Bottom of Society.” Through this hard-hitting track, he sheds light on the struggles faced by marginalized communities around the world, delving into critical political themes.
Born in 1988 in Bern, Switzerland, Oliver Pulfer’s passion for rap music and Hip Hop culture ignited at an early age. Driven by his international spirit and deep appreciation for diverse cultures, he began crafting his own rhymes in English during his teenage years. As his interest in global affairs and international history grew, he adopted the moniker “The Disciple,” symbolizing his role as a messenger disseminating the messages and teachings derived from his extensive reading.
Drawing inspiration from left-wing intellectuals like Jean Ziegler, Noam Chomsky, and pan-African leaders, The Disciple molds his lyrics to address issues such as Western exploitation in third-world countries, international politics, and revolutionary concepts.
Recently, Oliver Pulfer has been diligently working on a collection of music in Switzerland. His lead single, “Metaphysical Disorder,” garnered attention with its poignant commentary on the genocide of African cultures resulting from the overwhelming dominance of Western Civilization. The track gained significant traction, receiving airplay on local Hip Hop stations and featuring on both international and local blogs.
Now, The Disciple is gearing up to release his latest single, “Bottom of Society,” which features the captivating Xhosa vocals of Nonkoliseko Somagu.
This Afro-centric track delves into the historical struggles of black men and women, who for the past 500 years have consistently found themselves at the bottom rung of society. Through compelling examples like Gandhi, Obama, and Barhelomé De Las Casas, The Disciple highlights the persistent marginalization faced by the black community. Importantly, the song aims not to be against any specific group but rather to present historical facts with a humanistic perspective.
As The Disciple continues to champion human rights and social justice through his music, he invites listeners to engage in the dialogue surrounding these pressing issues. His previous track and the upcoming release aim to sensitize people to the enduring struggles faced by marginalized communities, fostering greater understanding and empathy in the process.