Hunxho Drops “4 Days In LA” EP
Atlanta rapper and “street poet” HUNXHO serves up his brand new 4 Days In LA EP [300 Entertainment] today. Listen HERE.
The eight-track surprise project finds him in an introspective place as he deftly hones his songcraft and sharpens his mic skills all at once. It opens up with the poignant and powerful “All Not Equal.” Somber piano glides over glitchy 808s as his warbling flow echoes with a plea, “Look at this pain. Look at these scars.” Lil Dallas pulls up with a punchy cameo on “WYA.” Elsewhere, “Hell Yeah” hits hard with a barrage of emotionally charged confessions. The ride concludes on “True Gremlin.” It commences with a prayer, “Can’t you see I’m a sinner,” before he tears through the production with a tenacious flow. He makes good on the promise, “I feel like I gotta go harder.”
HUNXHO continues to ignite buzz. He just turned up on UPROXX Sessions and delivered a showstopping live rendition of “True To My Religion.” Watch HERE. Meanwhile, his latest album 22 put up numbers, reeling in nearly 10 million streams since it dropped in March. The standout “48 Laws Of Power” soared to #1 on Apple Music’s Top 25 Atlanta Chart. Still setting it’s marks in Atlanta, is Hunxho’s “Highly Performing” as performed on Major Stage. Check it out HERE!
This summer, he joins the stacked lineup of the Its Only Us Tour headlined by Lil Baby and also featuring The Kid LAROI, Glorilla, Gloss Up, and Rylo Rodriguez. Check out the full itinerary HERE.
HUNXHO christened himself the “street poet,” and he continues to live up to the moniker’s promise. Calling the Eastside of Atlanta home, he initially shined on the basketball court. Facing hardship all-around, he shuffled in and out of high schools, yet eventually earned a scholarship to Northeastern College in Chicago. Rather than serve time for a particular charge, he opted to mentor at-risk children—which he does to this day. Along the way, he picked up a mic and held nothing back across projects such as Street Poet, Street Poet 2, Street Poetry, and Humble As Ever.