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Hoodie Allen - Act My Age


Hoodie Allen makes hip-hop music, but his aesthetic and style also draw inspiration from the likes of Sum 41 and Blink-182. Nowhere is that influence more clear than on new single Act My Age, which he refers to as his “pop-punk song.” Over producer Battleroy's bouncy, guitar-laced production, the Empire State buzzmaker spits brisk bars on the perks of being in arrested development. Needless to say, the record would sound right at home at a wild house party—which is exactly where we find Hoodie at the start of Jackson Adams's accompanying video. Feeling it? Then don't miss the rest of the fresh material in store on Allen's People Keep Talking LP, set to drop digitally October 14.



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