Gearing up for a massive 2023, Atlanta’s hottest rising artist, buzzing rapper, and Slaughter Gang member 21 Lil Harold unleashes a new single and music video entitled “OUT OF TIME” via Slaughter Gang/Epic Records today. Listen to “OUT OF TIME” HERE and watch the music video HERE. It sets the stage for the arrival of his anxiously awaited debut album, AFTER THE CURSE, on Friday January 13, 2023. Pre-order/Pre-save HERE.
On the track, an ominous choir sample echoes over buzzing 808s and tense hi-hats. Meanwhile, 21 Lil Harold leans into a catchy cadence as he warns, “I’m on the block right now with my stick.” In the accompanying visual, a pair of models flank him as he raps to the camera by a brand-new Rolls Royce. His two designer watches shine just as much as his uncompromising and undeniable delivery does!
It lands in the wake of “Damn” [feat. G Herbo]. In addition to nearing 1 million total streams, the song incited critical applause. Lyrical Lemonade hailed it as “an undeniable banger” and promised, “21 Lil Harold is up next.” HotNewHipHop enthusiastically described them as “the perfect match.”
Last year, the standout “Robbin Season” picked up steam on streaming services. Upon impact, HotNewHipHop proclaimed, “The ATL native is known for explaining his tough life experiences through music. Delivering massive bars over bass-thumping beats is the route he usually takes, and his most recent release falls into that category.”
Following a period of intense subject matter, AFTER THE CURSE turns the page on the next chapter as 21 Lil Harold and his closest brothers focus on the moment and, finally, revel in a bit of their success.
Meanwhile, his breakout project LARRY (Deluxe) notably yielded the fan favorite banger “Good Times” [feat. Offset]. The latter reeled in 1.7 million Spotify streams, while Lyrical Lemonade proclaimed, “21 Lil Harold is looking like the artist that has the necessary charisma, talent, and connections required to succeed in his cutthroat market.”
During 2021, LARRY captivated the culture and cemented 21 Lil Harold as an artist-to-watch. He dedicated the project to his friend Larry who tragically passed away. He went on to name each track after a friend who knew Larry. Piling up over 5 million-plus streams, it boasted fan favorites such as “Savage,” “Muffin (Freak Hoe)” [feat. Latto], and “Johnny” [feat. G Herbo], to name a few. Not to mention, it organically attracted co-signs from Drake, Travis Scott, Druski, and more.
It’s 21 Lil Harold season. Get ready for AFTER THE CURSE.
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