15 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Young is a journey through adolescence that closely mirrors The Big Hash's rise from teenage influencer to mainstream entrant, and proves he’s as self-assured as any seasoned hip-hop artist. “Palm Trees”, featuring Tshego, is reflective of his ability to craft moments of searing lyricism over entrancing melodies. He oozes confidence with lines like “I was supposed to be doing my first year, now I'm ahead of my peers in light years" on "The Usual”. He muses emotionally over the bossa nova rhythm of opener "Save Me”, and the enthralling “Circles". While rejecting the mundanity of youth on "The Schedule" and sparring with fellow Pretoria natives A-Reece and Flame on “Outcast”, Hash expands his impact.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Young is a journey through adolescence that closely mirrors The Big Hash's rise from teenage influencer to mainstream entrant, and proves he’s as self-assured as any seasoned hip-hop artist. “Palm Trees”, featuring Tshego, is reflective of his ability to craft moments of searing lyricism over entrancing melodies. He oozes confidence with lines like “I was supposed to be doing my first year, now I'm ahead of my peers in light years" on "The Usual”. He muses emotionally over the bossa nova rhythm of opener "Save Me”, and the enthralling “Circles". While rejecting the mundanity of youth on "The Schedule" and sparring with fellow Pretoria natives A-Reece and Flame on “Outcast”, Hash expands his impact.

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