Toronto artist, $ha dropped “Hustle” from his name a while back, evolving himself into an even thorough musician. His music is well known for a selection of woozy, dark trap beats with melodic vocal hooks, menacing flows and TO Caribbean slang, an increasingly prominent sound coming out of the city of Toronto.
Fresh off premiering “Don’t Worry” on Much Music, $ha delivers a brand new single titled “AC Centrum” which is produced, written and performed by him. His love for experimenting with his music and aesthetic has never been this honest. This track is a melodic take on girl problems (and resolutions) that sees the 333 head honcho wax poetic in a expertly-executed double time verse.
$ha is an original member of UTU (alongside Roy Woods) and Reps Up, whose resume goes as deep as his history in the Greater Toronto Area. Being from G-Way (which Drake famously rapped about on the “We Made It” Freestyle) to being Chubbs’ cousin, $ha has become a local celebrity who is getting serious industry looks. His previous performances include opening for Young Lean and the king of grime Skepta in Toronto. He is one of the rare Torontonian artists who has taken a notable stab at grime (because of his records like “Tings Dem”) as well as the Canadian hip-hop scene.
RESPECT Premeire: Listen to $ha’s New Single “Don’t Worry”
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