Motown Records signs the rising rapper-singer-songwriter TheHxliday. Today he re-releases the breakout EP Broken Halls and includes new tracks “Late Night Feelings” and “Make A Move.” Broken Halls also includes his somber emotionally distraught hit record “Save Me.”
Listen to the EP here via Motown Records.
“Broken Halls came from my home in Perry Hill. That’s where I experienced bad friendships and heartbreak that inspired the music.” ‑TheHxliday on Broken Halls
“We’re proud to welcome TheHxliday to the Motown family and the new generation of our incredible roster. His raw and emotive sound resonates with many and we’re ready to take him to the next level” ‑Ethiopia Habtemariam, President of Motown Records & EVP of Capitol Music Group, on TheHxliday.
At only 18-years-old the rising artist is making waves gaining over 20 streams all on his own and the video for “Save Me” has nearly 5 million views. TheHxliday recently performed a medley of songs including “Save Me” at the hip-hop tastemaker festival Rolling Loud (virtually). He’s also featured on “Familiar” and “Let You Down” off Internet Money’s debut album B4 The Storm.
Broken Halls is a tease of what’s to come down the line as he continues to refine his “sad boy” love sound. Not to mention, he’s championed by the media conglomerates COMPLEX and Lyrical Lemonade, who’s founder Cole Bennett shot multiple videos for TheHxliday including the video for “Save Me.” TheHxliday is part of the new wave of rock stars who are inspired by the likes of rappers, pop stars, and rock bands of the past. Looking to the future, he’s ready to make it Hxliday SZN with a new project forthcoming.
Broken Halls Tracklist
1. Late Night
2. In My Feelings
3. Make a move
4. Save me
5. Broken Memories
TheHxliday is an ace at only 18-years-old. The rapper-singer-songwriter and Baltimore native mixes his melodic flow that complements thumping trap beats to create his “sad boy” sound. He creates hits straight out of his bedroom expressing his singular-eccentric ideas which separates himself from the norm. Inspired by the likes of Trippie Redd, XXXTentacion, Justin Bieber, Linkin Park, and My Chemical Romance, TheHxliday is paving his own path with a dynamic palette of dark pop, R&B, and hip-hop showcased on his EP Broken Halls. His biggest hit to date “Save Me” is a banger and only one of over 170 songs created. According to TheHxliday “Save Me” is a “firecracker” compared to the “bombs” forthcoming.
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