When it comes to the trap music right now, none other than HU₵₵I are leading the forefront in new styles. This eighteen year old prodigy has been keeping trap music constantly innovative and creative with new work every few weeks.
Today HU₵₵I surprised all his fans by uploading three new tracks on his Soundcloud account throughout the day. He also uploaded an additional three on his Youtube channel that have gone relatively unnoticed by his fanbase. The track descriptions range from track one to sixteen on Youtube, insinuating an album soon to come from this Brighton producer.
The first track on his upcoming album is titled "CLIPSE" and is short of spectacular. At just under three minutes long with an uneven tempo, he creates a teasing intro that doesn't give the listener a full taste of what to expect just yet.
"ATL" is one of my favourite tracks released today from HU₵₵I because of the style he creates using Drake's lyrics. It sounds reminiscent of a song that he has definitely been playing out in his recent live sets. The track moves at a snail pace, but leaves dark marks on every drop.
"Splash" was the first track HU₵₵I put out today and it instantly caught his audience's attention in the afternoon. It's euphoric and energetic, starting on a twist of Jay Z's classic track, "IZZO". The second turn around slows things down before a gentle chords comes in on screwed vocals of Rick Ross.
"Leaf" sounds somewhat softer in retrospect to the other five tracks HU₵₵I released, but has a lightly structured beat. It's orchestral melodies mixed with a sinister trap beat that complete each other in a darkish overture.
The last song uploaded to Soundcloud today is "Mula" and sounds typical to HU₵₵I's usual style. The vocals are Big Sean's work on his own track "Mula" and become thrown over the sound structure as HU₵₵I bounces the music back and forth.
"THIR$T" is tweaked out with a sharp sounding synth that doesn't slow down its tempo. The track stays upbeat while moving in between an interrupting vocal and filthy beat breakdown. The track is labelled "track 16" on the Youtube description, which means it's either an album filler or album finisher.