London-based rapped HEN$HAW rises up with another stand out moment to date in his latest single “LOWKEY”
At the tender age of 18, HEN$HAW is already making his way up the ladder to fame. After his official debut single “Under Attack” was released last year, the songwriter has gone on to headline a sold out show in his hometown of Camden, handpicked to perform at a Music for Youth show and supported the collective Midnight Society.
With the world simply in the palm of his hands, fans have patiently waited for the next release. Entitled “LOWKEY”, this track is everything that listeners has hoped for. Staying true to himself and sound, the emotive record shows a vulnerable side to HEN$HAW as he opens up more to the public.
“LOWKEY is a mix of Garage, UK Rap and my own unique style, it’s incomparable to anything you’ve heard before. On this track I wanted to give my supporters an insight into my life when I’m Callum and not Henny, it reveals my strengths, weaknesses and everything in between.The track is heavily influenced by UK Garage and artists like The Streets, DJ Luck, AJ Tracey, MC Neat, DJ Pied Piper & Monsta Boy” — HEN$HAW.
Flourishing through the track with confidence, the well-produced number was produced by longtime friend of HEN$HAW’s goodbyechase. Complimented with a vibrant beat which ignites that mix of garage, UK rap and his own unique style as stated above, the melodic rhymes venture into the depths of depression.
Showcasing the immense potential, this artist flows with razor sharp wit and quick lyricism. LOWKEY’s soft string section behind the vocals comfort the sensitive lyrics with a calming reassurance. A staggering new level of purity, HEN$HAW is here to stay.