Connect with us

Audio

HiddenHillsForever Unloads ‘Hell Of A Night’ EP

Published

on

HiddenHillsForever

Once known as Hiddenhills, the upcoming Seattle-raised, Atlanta-based artist wanted to make a long-lasting impact on music. With a new rebranding name of Hiddenhillsforever, his music will make an eternal stay on mainstream platforms. Coming off his latest release, “Get Away,” Hills drops a new EP, Hell Of A Night, catered to a wider fan base in the industry. The tracks on the EP are the epitome of the rockstar lifestyle.

I stopped in the middle of my album to create Hell Of A Night because I wanted the music to be fun again. I realized I was so locked in on my album and everything was so serious to the point that I forgot why I was doing music in the first place. I plan on releasing more mainstream music geared towards an immeasurable audience that will further drive my a career in music but the meantime, this project became a break from it all. 

-HiddenHillsForever

Hills music is compatible with almost every pop fan imaginable, but his lifestyle is only for the realist. Fortunately, Hills is a lavish oracle that displays his chaotic stories in the most beautiful way possible. Track after track, you can see Hiddenhillsforever’s vision: creating a colorful and creamy psychedelic wonderland.  This EP is enhanced with his dreamy track “Endless.” “Endless” floats on top of the airy beat and blasts you off into a dreamy and spacey atmosphere where the only feeling is bliss. When Hills blends his voice with a warped guitar and choppy 808s, he cooks a cloudy and luxurious aura that propels you to the scene of a plush, 21st-century Gatsby-like party. No one can sonically present this image as flawlessly as Hills.

While this Gatsby party is an amicable stay; Hills music can party in any environment. In tracks like “Hell of a Night” and “Lay up,” we can see each song thrive in a reckless setting just as much as he can in an elegant one. Hill’s bouncy synths, glitchy drums, and octave changes explode off each track and transcend the listeners to an LA rager or even heartbroken one. As he polishes the tape with his track titled “Glum” shows his vulnerability allowing the fans into his mind as he experiences heartbreak in real-time. Each time Hills comes in contact with a mic, a free ticket into his life is at our fingertips, and what a rollercoaster that can be.

Check out the fire new EP below!

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Audio

YNIC B Drops “I’m On Dat”

Published

on

By

Hopkinsville, Kentucky native YNIC B returns this week with a new single called “I’m On Dat” produced by Topper Atwood. Listen below via Audiomack and follow him on Instagram.

Direct Link: https://audiomack.com/ynic-b/song/im-on-dat

Continue Reading

Audio

GRAMMY-NOMINATED ARTIST DEANTE’ HITCHCOCK SHARES “U WERE RIGHT I WAS WRONG”

Published

on

By

Grammy-nominated Atlanta rapper Deante’ Hitchcock shares his first new single of the year, “U Were Right I Was Wrong,” out now via ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records.

The slick new single tells the story of Deante’ and his partner in the throes of an argument, cleverly referencing the classic line of “you were right, I was wrong” throughout the song’s chorus. Driven by its sleek, seductive production and Deante’s penchant for clever lyricism, his latest single is a playful ode to the familiar ebbs and flows of a relationship.

Set to release a slew of new music in 2023, “U Were Right I Was Wrong” follows last year’s release of Deante’s single “Alone” and the Valentine’s Day-themed EP Everyday The 14th. Deante’ closed out 2022 with the release of the two-pack project Callin’ All My Children, which showcased a unique blend of Deante’s southern rap roots and retro production influences, with features from Mississippi rapper and producer Big K.R.I.T. and Compton’s Westside Boogie.

Continue Reading

Audio

ASAKE SHARES NEW SONG AND VIDEO “YOGA”

Published

on

By

Nigerian recording artist Asake releases a brand-new song and music video, “Yoga,” produced by Magicsticks. Shot in Dakar, Senegal, the video was directed by Asake’s frequent creative collaborator TG Omori (WizKid, Burna Boy, Fireboy DML). Per Asake, “the song is about minding my business and guarding my peace so no one can disrupt it.” 

The new song arrives on the heels of an explosive year for Asake, with Rolling Stone noting he has “become one of Nigeria’s biggest breakout stars in recent years”. His debut album Mr. Money With The Vibe, released in September via YBNL Nation and EMPIRE, set the record for becoming the highest charting Nigerian debut album of all-time. The New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, Pitchfork, The FADER, The FACE, and more included the album atop of their ‘Best of 2022’ lists. The album broke the record for the biggest African album release on Apple Music, hitting #1 in 31 countries within the first 24 hours of its release. Listen here!

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Trending This Week

Copyright © 2021 4sho Magazine LLC.