Nick Hakim - I Don’t Know

Posted 2 years ago
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Nick Hakim
Album:
Where Will We Go Pt. 2 EP

I Don’t Know whether you caught Nick Hakim‘s debut feature, Cold, when it hit our front page in June… but if you did, you’re undoubtedly hungry for more from the promising indie crooner. Well, your wish is our command. Today, the D.C. native returns to our front page with a brand new single off his next EP. Once again, he takes the opportunity to show off his skills on both sides of the mixing boards; over his own icy, guitar riffs and soulful keys, the singer addresses plaintive verses to a loved one who’s far away. His rich baritone, of course, is every bit as impressive as it was on his Booth debut. Where Will We Go Pt. 2 is slated to hit the ‘net Tuesday, September 16. In the meantime, why not check out its predecessor, available here for free streaming?

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