It is time to join an intense musical journey with DMV rapper Hotep as he has come up with a brand new single titled ‘Harder To Break’, offering eleven new tracks.
Baltimore, Maryland Aug 25, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Offering a new creative wave in the new-age rap scene, Hotep is all set to make or break a record with his brand hip-hop collection, ‘The Transition’. This music project is deftly produced and creatively designed to make sure each song can captivate the listeners. The album consists of a sum of eleven bangers and each of them is highly engaging. The leading track from the collection, ‘Harder To Break‘ has already been released with an official music video that offers a glimpse of the rap scene and gangster lifestyle and a great deal of hustle. Hard-hitting bars and a perfect balance between rhythmic and lyrical flow make the banger even more powerful and an inspiration to all.
Hotep is an emerging rapper from DMV yet his proficiency in rapping makes him one of the top and most seasoned rappers in the scene. His musical career as a professional rapper started back in 2017 and he is well-revered for his eclectic cadence and flow. He is injecting a new life into the new-age hip-hop scene while enriching the global music industry. Being a role model to emerging rappers, Hotep is slowly becoming a creative influence for all. When it comes to his inspiration, his musical creations pay tribute to the old school hip-hop such as Boogie Down Production. This new single ‘Harder To Break’ has been released under the label of 443Global.inc, offering a glimpse of this rapper’s talent, skills, and individuality.
In ‘The Transition’, Hotep has collaborated with two other artists which makes it more engaging. For the track ‘Cashew’, he joined forces with YNCU Nook, and on the other hand, there is ‘Come N Go’ that features C Saint. Those who are looking for more details can follow him on Apple Music, YouTube, Spotify, and Instagram to know more.
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