HD - Know Us

Posted about 3 years ago
Producer:
Homebody
Album:
Stepping Into Tomorrow

After enjoying four featured cuts from HD, our regular readers are well-acquainted with the Brooklyn-based rap wunderkind. Even if this is your first encounter, though, freshly-released video single Know Us should give you all the information you need to make an educated decision on whether to cop his latest project. Homebody handles production duties on this headphone-ready jam, layering subtly addictive string/keyboard loops over a syncopated rhythm section as the emcee chronicles his hustle in agile, confidently-flowed verses. R.B. Umali directs the video, shot at various recognizable locations throughout NYC. Now that you’ve gotten familiar with HD, are you craving more? Then what are you waiting for—grab a copy of Stepping Into Tomorrow, available online as of August.

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