The Big Hash might be a young sensation trying to push his way unto relevance on a competitive circuit; surely, his recently commissioned “Life + Times Of A Teenage Influence” EP is set to help in that regard and towards the upper echelons of the game.
The Big Hash has been exhibiting quality over quantity since low-riding his way into the game just less than a year ago.
Innanetwav’s very own 17 year vanguard confirms his competency as a leading figure in the new hip-hop wave and pushes his envelope further – showcasing an insatiable hunger, hustle and lyrical wit.
An imposing music presence is coupled by articulate cadence he has never canvassed in any of his previous body of work. In fact, The Big Hash might have made the “Life + Times Of A Teenage Influence” EP just a 5-track project of musical art, he still shows the grit and grind in his craft and offering that we can definitely expect a world more off his stables.Source: The Big Hash/Twitter
A sense of epic importance resonates from the fact that the entire EP carries no features and no co-signs. This bold move carves an impression that Team Hash is optimally suited to go toe-to-toe with placeholders currently in the game.
There is no denying how masterfully delivered and pleasantly digestible the entire production of “Life + Times Of A Teenage Influence” EP is.
Lead sound engineer and producer at (UU); 808x together with oshoku, crystalize the synergy they share with Hash, leaving a highly curious case of what’s to come next.
The chemistry is natural and the delivery is refined. The beats bump, the flows follow suit and the messages of a fully-fledged hustle & hunger are crystal clear.
After all, The Big Hash has been working hard to get this coveted EP off the ground and sure, there’s a little turbulence along the way, but his formidability as a rapper, groundbreaker and a 17 year old talent come across vividly at each turn.
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