hash - come over

hash – come over

Und schon wieder ein Anwärter auf den Sommerhit 2019!

Bei dem aktuellen Track von..hüstel.. Hash „Come Over“ möchte man am liebsten in den Urlaub fliegen, ins Meer hüpfen oder einfach nur chillen. Dem Flow und der wunderschönen Melodie kann man sich nicht entziehen. Nicht nur wegen den gesampelten Marimbaklängen spielt der Song in einer Liga mit Felix Jaehns Remake von „Ain’t Nobody“ (ebenfalls ein Sommerhit).

Hash ist ein Sänger/Musiker und Produzent, der im pakistanischen Peshawar geboren wurde und in Australien lebt, musikalisch ist er auf der ganzen Welt zuhause. Seine Inspiration findet er dabei in der modernen europäischen Dance /Electronic Music sowie im Urban Asian Sound.

hash - come over

hash – come over

Diese Ambivalenz zeigt sich auch in Hashs musikalischem Werdegang: Pakistanische Musik und Bollywood einerseits, Klassik, Pop, Rock und HipHop andererseits wurden zum großen Experimentierfeld des Musikers. Sein Weg führte von der Beteiligung in diversen Rockbands (Talbees u.a.) zum eigenen Debutalbum „See You in the Winter“ (2017/Delafuse). Diese Songs, die mehr im zeitgenössischen R&B beheimatet sind, hat Hash in Perth (Australien) komponiert und aufgenommen. Mit den Singles „Closer“ /“Border Security „/“SWTST GRL“ konnte er erste internationale Erfolge erzielen, Einladungen zu diversen Festivals waren die Folge.

Mit dem neuen Song / Video „Come Closer“ dürfte Hash nun einen weiteren Karrieresprung hinlegen, denn das Hitpotential hat die Nummer allemal. Das Video wurde übrigens -passend zum Feeling – an den Stränden Australiens gedreht.

Der Sommer kann kommen!

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Hash „Come Over“

Hash is a musician and producer born in Peshawar, living in Perth, and experimenting all over the world with his music. His work is similarly defined by a strong convergence of eclectic musical influences from the east and west, and this very experimentation of identity continues to define Hash as an artist today.
A personal discovery of identity from a childhood in Pakistan, to teenage years in Australia – Hash’s music took similar journeys of confluence.
His earliest musical memories stem from Bollywood numbers his late grandmother loved playing, through to classical piano influences from his father. In his early teens growing up in Australia, Hash continued to explore the contemporary eastern music he had grown to love in Pakistan, but now mixed with obvious western influences of music scenes in Australia, leading him down the path of pop, rock and post grunge. The prominence of Hip Hop in the early 2000’s attracted him to the genre, with the spill over effect of discovering R&B along the way.
By 2011, his inherent passion for experimenting with eastern influences in genres of hip hop and rock found Hash focussing on song writing and vocal duties with the band ‘Delafuse’ as well as collaborating with the rock band ‘Talbees’ on their EP ‘Sa’il’ – an Urdu rock and hip-hop fusion.
By May 2017, Hash had reconciled his own musical identity, and released season one of his self produced debut EP ‘See you in the winter’ – a body of work that consists of music written, composed and recorded in Perth, Western Australia.
With the music video for his single “Closer” gaining international attention, Hash was invited to perform songs off his EP at desiFest – Canada’s largest South Asian Urban
Festival at Yonge and Dundas Square – the heart of Toronto, Canada. After the show Hash spent time promoting his music in Los Angeles, California.
After returning back to his studio in Perth, Hash released his singles “SWTST GRL” and “Border Security” respectively.
His latest release, “Come Over” is accompanied by a music video shot on the stunning beach sides of his hometown. The song is a quintessential summer tune and is one to get his listeners vibing.