We don’t know what we’re currently experiencing: a heavily delayed summer or a random heatwave – either way, we’re completely here for it and Humble The Great has our soundtrack ready. Oscillating between woozy indie-pop and experimental R&B, the producer calmly rides the textured production, leading us into a sweet-toned soundscape contains ampules amounts of funk and percussion.
Sitting comfortably between the likes of Mac Miller and Anderson Pak., the homegrown talent tells the comforting story of self-worth and acceptance over the woozy bass line, before displaying ear-worming choruses and bridges.
Accompanied by a playful, co-directed visual, the artist puts his creative abilities on display and effortlessly weaves together the lyricism with the compelling narrative. With more music on the way, we’re expecting the 21-year-old to have a big year.
Check out the visual below…