After we officially got introduced to The Big Hash on camera with Riky Rick, we thought leading you to his music only made sense. This is the 17 year old's current EP aptly titled Life + Times Of A Teenage Influence clearly indicating his consciousness to his rising stardom.
The EP is mad pleasant on the ear with impressive production courtesy of 808x and Oshoku who give The Big Hash a perfect platform to shine. Hash abundantly shows off his rap and vocal skills proving his flexibility where musicality is concerned. Oozing the confidence of someone who has already earned his stripes in the game, Hash tackles each track with clean conviction leaving you satisfied with every new track you hear. He also sports a level of playfulness on songs like Anita showing that he's found a sound he's comfortable with and is great at.
There's definitely something here. The Big Hash represents a whole new generation of well refined artists who competitively enter the scene with a holistic package in the earliest stages of their careers. Tap into what might be the next kid to look out for on the scene.