North West London experimental trap artist Zuko Hardy pays ode to his hometown Harrow-on-the-Hill and the safety of the hills on infectious production “Out In The Hills,” led by his commanding vocals and expansive trap beats with an autotune touch adding an experimental feel to it.
A smooth combination of his fluid blend of rap, trap, hip-hop and psychedelics, the track features Hardy’s effortless rhymes that weave a dreamy feel that helps you float away from troubles while also grounding you with its empowering message.
Speaking of the track, he says,“The song explores how I want more from my life, but my thoughts and feelings are trying to hold me back. They want me to play it safe and not take risks 'Oh won't you stay, out in the hills' ; the hills represent safety and my home town Throughout the song I am faced with a sense of conflict as I seek an answer to my problem 'tell me I'm right, tell me I'm wrong.”
With a South Asian upbringing and heritage merging into his authentic sonic style, Hardy who dropped his first single in 2021 continues to make his mark in music with each stunning release.