Langue disponible : anglaisNorth-west London's anonymous, mask-wearing rapper M Huncho produced a woozy, trippy style of rap he called "trapwave," with lyrics authentically reflecting his life on the streets. After making a name for himself on the local scene, he burst out in April 2017 when he appeared on the web show Mad About Bars, in which a different rapper was asked to come on each week and do a freestyle. Fans of the show immediately pronounced Huncho's one of the best there had ever been, and his reputation was secured. His debut EP, Get Out, arrived that October, with the single "Mediocre" and another EP, 48 Hours, following in 2018. His debut album, Utopia, arrived in early 2019: the 14-track set, consolidating Huncho's blend of woozy trapwave in a cohesive, vibe-driven format, produced the rapper's biggest single so far, the football-inspired "Ocho Cinco." A sophomore was short to follow in 2020's Huncholini the 1st; previewed by the Nafe Smallz-assisted "Thumb," Huncho's second set was more of a mixed bag, combining his signature trapwave with forays into melodic trap. ~ John D. Buchanan & David Crone
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