Up-and-coming rapper/singer/songwriter TheHxliday has shared his latest single, a painfully honest and powerful track called “Thank U.” Showcasing his moody hybrid of dark pop, hip-hop, and alt-R&B, “Thank U” is the Baltimore native’s first new music since signing to Motown Records earlier this year and is the lead single off his forthcoming BatBoy EP coming in 2021. Download/stream “Thank U” HERE.
“Kids these days feel the urge to take drugs to help cope with their emotions,” says TheHxliday “With “Thank U” it’s a message saying ‘You can take drugs. You can take anything you want but it’s only going to make things worse.’ You don’t need that to heal they’re better things to do.”
Propelled by potent trap beats and dreamy guitar tones, “Thank U” is a vulnerable yet urgent meditation on turning to drugs as a coping mechanism for problems like depression. With his vocals shifting from soulful to raw, TheHxliday created the song in order to shed light on the mental-health issues at the root of drug abuse for so many of his peers. At just 18-years-old, TheHxliday has already made waves with hits like “Save Me” — an independently released track whose Cole Bennett-directed video has amassed over 5 million views to date. Soon after signing to Motown Records, he re-released his breakout EP Broken Halls with the addition of new tracks “Late Night Feelings” and “Make A Move.” Check out Broken Halls here.
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