Last year, Wara From The NBHD grabbed attention with the release of If Guns Could Speak PSA. Soon he followed it up with a few brand new singles that were equally impressive—"Death Match" and "Skin Tone." All of his recent releases have shared a similarity in the way he chooses to fuse hip-hop and rock together.
For his latest release, Wara shares a single titled "PLEASE" continues this blend that he refers to as "revolutionary street muzik." The production provided by Alex Young and Willi Hendrixs walks a fine line between menacing and endearing. The twinkling within the rhythm adds an interesting touch to the building of the booming bassline that urges listeners to get a little rowdy.
"Over the year I chose to take the time to figure out where I wanted to go with my music now and for the future just for the sake of being innovative," Wara explains. "Because fusing a rock sound with modern day hip-hop isn't easy." And yet, Wara manages to continue to make it look and sound effortless for him.
Listen to "PLEASE" below.