Naquann Range (born August 6, 1988), known professionally as Univerzal, is an American hip hop recording artist from Bronx, New York. In 2011, Univerzal founded BullyTalk Musik Group.
Univerzal interest in being a music artist began as a senior in Middle school where he would spend a lot of his time writing verses in class. In 2009 Univerzal recorded his first track with his friend/recording artist then known as Ty Flow now known as Flow Getty called "New York 2 New Jerz". He then dropped his first mixtape "Loyalty Made Me" in 2011. Univerzal appeared on multiple showcases performing all through New York City, he made a big impact all through the neighborhood with his remade version of Meek Mill's hit single "2Pac Back", dedicating it to his close friend Dizzy who was murdered in 2007 featuring is sister Sha Dollaz who dedicated her verse to her close friend Rayquon who was also murdered in 2007.
In 2013 Univerzal left New York and moved to Michigan where he continued his music career. Univerzal dropped a collaborated mixtape with Mount Clemens own Twan Dee, called "No Support" in 2016. In January Univerzal signed a management deal with party promoter John Hollywood Drama. Within the first month he released a single that is currently distributed on all digital platforms(ITunes, Google Play, Spotify, Amazon etc.) called "Home Town". The following month he released another single called "Witt The Shits" which featured URL's battle rapper Chess and Shady's records Slaughter House member Crooked I. In May of 2017 Univerzal dropped his first EP called "Ground Zero" (available on all digital platforms NOW). June 17, 2017 Univerzal opened up for legendary platinum recording group, Bone Thugs & Harmony, at the Fillmore in Detroit, Michigan. During the month of July 2017 Univerzal dropped 2 a new tracks every Saturday, calling it the "Saturday Slaughter" which led up to him dropping a followed project called the "Saturday Slaughter Series".