LHA (Leehahn & Adikkal) ft. Moka Only & Jordan Rakei - Hyperspace

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Leehahn
Album:
CLARITY

If you haven’t seen it already, there’s a clever video that’s spreading across the net, promoting a drastic decrease in our attachment to online social media. And now we have LHA‘s new single, Hyperspace. Both the video and this single touch on the backwards idea that while we, as a whole, have this fake notion that we’re all connected and the world is a much smaller place, our real, personal interactions with one another are almost nonexistent. LHA, which is composed of producer Lee Hahn and emcee Adikkal, are joined here by special guests Moka Only and Jordan Rakei to draw people’s attention away from this void hyperspace and towards each other. Who ever said Hip-Hop with a message didn’t exist anymore? This groovy, informative single will be located on LHA’s upcoming CLARITY album, due out later this month on the 31st.

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