LOVE, PAIN, ESCAPE AND TRAGEDY DESCRIBES THIS COMPILATION ALBUM BY BILLAH. VERSATILITY AT IT’S BEST.
Album Title: Hot Pot Tapes
Release date: 07 August 2020
Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
Subgenres: R&B, Soul, Alternative, Afro Pop, Trap
After so many years of trying to kick of his music career, finally in 2020 Billah gets it right and comes bigger and better with the exhilarating masterpiece ‘Hot Pot Tapes’. HPT will be released on the 7th of August 2020 on all digital platforms after a series of singles leading up to the big release.
Although Billah is new to the game without a big following, he sure does deliver music of high quality without any compromise, in order for him to compete in the market (Hot Pot Tapes will speak for itself). Taking influence from the styles of major artists like A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Isaiah Rashad, Drake, Jay-Z including Pop star The Weeknd, Hot Pot Tapes is a blend of organic sounds and abstract elements in production. Hot Pot Tapes is an ever-evolving joy ride, from sexual lyrics & melodies to high tempo hard 808’s then back to calming feels with settling ‘hymns’. HPT is the mixtape you can listen to at any time you want to escape from reality and dive into Billah’s fantasy world, or if you just want to perform daily activities like house chores. Hot Pot Tapes is a 20 track mixtape, compelled by Billah’s PR manager at Hot Pot Records, it serves as a tastebreaker to what the young rapper has to offer.
Self-proclaimed “Rap’s Favourite” Billah hails from South Africa with a mixture of unique, alternative yet commercially viable sounds. Raised in an environment that left no room for a rapper, it’s his heartfelt love for hip hop that keeps him going. Drawing much inspiration from his role model Jay-Z. Billah makes music for the open minded, calm yet wild souls with a sense of darkness. Having received much respect from local music heads as the most versatile artist they’ve ever encountered, Billah decided to take his career seriously. Billah fell in love with hip hop at the age of 11, listening to Lil Wayne and Eminem, he highly doubts he’d be a rapper if it wasn’t for their music. “I wanna be a worldwide sensation just like the musicians that have paved the way for me, even though it took a lot of hard work to get there, I’m willing to work my butt off for it” – Billah on Poppy Radio, Australia.
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