Once the young emceed made his debut in the game, we just knew the industry just got a massive new addition and predicted great things for the poetic genius.
In fact, such was the acceptance of the body of work titled “Life + Times Of A Teenage Influence EP” that several industry watchers knew this act had come to stay, thrive and dominate.
He has since gone on to work with several playmakers on the circuit including the likes of A-Reece, Flame, Frank Casino, Tshego, and 2pm DJs just to mention a few.
This time and with the “Young Album,” The Big Hash brings a new twist and uniqueness to the game as he proves a combination of finesse and content is still very achievable.
Especially as he makes the body of work a whopping 15 records of stunning proportions with the breezy lyricism, the artistic delivery, as well as a style so versatile and deep.
We have always said and we will continue to say The Big Hash packs the total package which continues to propel him unto successful streaks.
He continues to prove he is not only the future of the game; he’s got a world of stake in the present as well with such contributions even at such a young age.
The “Young Album” is only a testament of the abundance to come off the stash and stables of one talented emcee and you definitely want to celebrate in the birth of a potential classic and evergreen.
Simply cop a dose, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
1. Save Me (feat. popsnotthefather)
2. Nothing Comes Free
3. The Usual (Yu – Gi – Oh!)
5. Plug Nice (feat. Solve the Problem)
6. R.I.P. (Interlude)
7. Palm Trees (feat. Tshego)
8. The Schedule
9. On You
10. Harden (feat. Southside Mohammed)
11. Outcast (feat. A-Reece & Flame)
14. Young (Outro)
15. Rich ((Super Sayan) [Bonus])