The not so teenage icon anymore, The Big Hash has finally released his 6-track EP with his main producer and engineer 808X titled "Life + Times II" which is a sequel to his 2018 breakthrough EP "Life + Times Of A Teenage Influence" that contained his most successful song on there titled "Exes On The Weekend". That EP was centered on past relationships and The Big Hash building his ego showing his versatility by being able to switch back and fourth with singing and rapping. "Life + Times II" is more of a 'fuck you' attitude to anyone that actually doubted that The Big Hash could rap throughout and could maybe be his weakness. That's not the case this time, The Big Hash just gave us a 6-track body of work of him going off with the raps with the assist of the newly branded Flvme on "Fake Givenchy". This EP feels like an unveiling of The Big Hash for those that don't know what he's about. The musician took to Twitter last night to mention that the "RIP REMIX" featuring YoungstaCPT won't be in the EP due to last minute decisions but will be released in the next few days as a single instead.
Make sure you check "Life +Times" EP with 808X out below;