V-Seven Beatz is a New York & Toronto-based Hiphop Duo of two Nepalese brothers - V (Viveckh) and 7 (Viswaz). The two brothers first started producing Hip-hop beats and composing R&B songs in 2008 at the age of 13.

Over the past decade, they have collaboratively composed over 40 original songs - a majority of these feature V in the melody and 7 in the rap. Since 2018, the brothers also run a Hiphop Entertainment Channel EJ Station.

Meet the Brothers.

V aka Viveckh

Singer & Songwriter,
Music & Video Producer

7 aka Viswaz

Rapper & Comedian,
Audio Engineer

With a following of ~200,000 subscribers across YouTube, and over 10 million music streams, the brothers have recently appeared on the mainstream radar after almost a decade of operating in the underground scene.

Recent Fan Favorites

Bhuwa Album Art


Single | 2021

Savannah Album Art


Single | 2020

Views Album Art


Single | 2019

Green Card Love Album Art

Green Card Love

Single | 2018

Available on 100+ audio streaming platforms.

The Firsts


First Mixtape - Hiphopreneurz

Barely teenagers, V & fellow Nepalese Rapper M'noz produced, composed and home-recorded a Hiphop Mixtape in Kathmandu.


First Concerts & On-Air Shows

Under the wings of veteran Nepalese Rapper Nirnaya Da' NSK, V  lands his first on-air shows and concerts. 


First Loyal Listeners

Mero Kalpanako Sansar became one of the most played songs on the then Nepalese site - babbaal.com collecting thousands of plays and downloads.


First Chart Appearance & Brotherly Collab

Underground singles topped the soundclick charts.
Kasari #3 in Hiphop-Asian charts
Timro Maya #36 in Hiphop-Asian charts
East Tank Hustla #51 in Hiphop-Freestyle charts

Following on the footsteps of his older brother, 7 began to rap. The brothers began to make music under a sibling-duo stage name: V-Seven Beatz.


First International Media Shoutout

V Composed an R&B song "Off the Waitlist" for college admissions/scholarship appeal to Franklin & Marshall College (USA) which briefly went viral and ended up being featured on The New York Times Website.


First Music Video

Haude Kura gathered over 120k digital streams across various media platforms and is a fan favorite even years since its release.


First Bangers

Green Card Love was a moderate success with over 250k streams on social media, and the long awaited Music Video for Views was released and collected over 300k streams across various platforms.


First Mainstream Discovery

Multiple video snippets of 7 surprising strangers on Omegle with his witty rap gained popularity on TikTok pushing the brothers out of oblivion.

Within months, music and entertainment content produced by the V-Seven Beatz brothers through their Entertainment pseudo-name EJ Station was streamed over 25 million times on TikTok and over 5 million times on YouTube. 


First Award!

Within a few months, the brothers went from under 500 subscribers to receiving the YouTube Creators Award for surpassing 100,000 subscribers on YouTube.


First Sigh of Hope

The entertainment channel EJ Station is currently one of the fastest growing Nepalese Hiphop channels on YouTube. As of summer 2021, the V-Seven Beatz brothers have crossed over 10 million streams and 200,000 subscribers across YouTube.

Recognized for their experimental sound and peculiar choice of topics, the brothers have gathered critical acclaims from various media outlets and mainstream artists over the years including a featured track on The New York Times website.


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