The Bachelor of Art EP is geared at showcasing the artiste's versatility with a mixture of dancehall, reggae and hip-hop. In a bid to highlight his uniqueness, Eva Hype has a collaborations on the album including one which features the spoken word, performed with dub-poet Ali Matalon.
Other artistes featured on the work include D'Yani, Blu Kid, Cubanis, Pencil Lunatic and Maestro.
Pitika the Prodigy, Demetri Thelwell, Tamo-J, and athlete Julian Forte served as producers for the EP.
Speaking on Bachelor of Art, Eva Hype expressed that the decision to do an EP, instead of a mixtape, was a sign of his maturity. "Bachelor of Art represents my musical development, over the course of the past three years. The move to do an EP instead of another mixtape, signals a sign of personal growth in not only music, but the music business as well," he shared.
The artiste plans to blaze a promotional trail with music videos scheduled to be recorded and released along the way.
Since the release of Bachelor of Art earlier this month, the EP has been receiving positive feedback via social media.
Eva Hype sees 2014 as his breakthrough year. Since the beginning of the year, the entertainer has performed on local shows including the highly publicised Blue Mountain Music Festival and Earth Hour Concert.
Click on the EP's cover art below to listen to the project!