Straight from Detroit, rapper Munch presents the visuals for his new song “Sriracha” featuring Braaks.
An American Muslim with Lebanese and German roots, Munch, also known as Maher Hachem has been making music since he was just 15 and is creating tremors with his new wave sound. Last summer he released his 10 track EP, Beaches. He broke onto the scene when he dropped his first project The New Kid back in 2012.
Now he’s giving us something to accompany the nation’s favourite hot sauce “Sriracha” showing off Munch’s effortless delivery with a catchy anthem to get turnt up to. In the fun visuals, Munch can be seen working alongside an annoying boss, something we can all relate to! But with this track he certainly proves he is all about creating feel good music with positive vibes.
Recently speaking to Rapfest, he told them just how much he loves the sauce, ‘You can always find me pouring Sriracha to some Pad-Thai food.’ The inspiration behind the track “Sriracha” is clearly simple for Munch. The rapper gives us a references that we can all identify with.
‘People literally put Sriracha on everything these days and I wanted to make it easy for people to draw a connection between the music and their everyday lives.’ – Munch.
Already, Munch has had a lot accomplishments having been mentored by the late Tupac Shakur’s Outlawz. The rapper has also opened for Futuristic and Juicy J and is most certainly tipped for big things. Just last year, Munch dropped his track “Show Me Something” where he worked with none other than Diplo who produced the song.
Check out the video for “Sriracha” below:
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