Don’t believe the hype. Believe the achievement. Time and time again North Ayrshire’s Shadoh achieves the goals he publicly sets for himself on social media. From Last Born Dead, to Get Jacked, Project X and the latest instalment H.W.T.H. He continually raises the bar for himself and the local scene.
The time has finally come. Over what seems like an absolute age I have been knowledgable about an album, every few weeks receiving little glimpses and demos, snippets and videos, each one giving me a little more insight into the full project, and each one leaving me wanting to hear more, see more, and driving me into an impatient state to hear the full works! I am of course, talking about Shadoh's brand new album Him Wae The Hat.
Anyone that has followed Shadoh's music and social media presence since he released Backlash back in the summer of 2015, will know very well that he is an artist that is no stranger to controversy and confrontation, and that he has always been unafraid to speak his mind in all situations. His new single shows very little remorse for those on the wrong side of the stick.
Due to major changes in management and in overall production Shadoh's #HWTH album will now be postponed and is now set to drop later in 2017. The unforeseen delay came as result of management change. However, specific music video's for tracks taken from the album are still set to release before the initial release.
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Scottish Grime rapper, 21 of North Ayrshire, Scotland drops brand new visuals for his new track taken from his forthcoming album #HWTH on #MMTV. Featuring fellow Rapper MC ''Kief Broonz'' and with the video shot and edited by Australian talent Josh Paton you are guaranteed to fully rate this one if proper dungeon grime music is what you're looking for.