U.S. TOUR STARTS NEXT WEEK
MORE MUSIC COMING SOON
Winning fans with his playful personality and self-produced soundscapes, Cochise is one of hip hop’s most promising rising stars. The platinum-certified genre-breaking rapper drops his highly anticipated single and music video “HOP IN THE WHIP” via Columbia Records.
On the track, Cochise’s high-energy delivery overlays a smooth and vibey beat that feels ripped out of the soundtrack to a GTA V police chase. With an addicting chorus and witty lines like, “I’m Luffy, I’m out with the fleet,” it’s no surprise that fans have been begging for the track’s release since he first teased it in June. In the accompanying visual directed by CHIVALRY and BLINDCAPVISION, fast-paced editing zooms across the screen as Cochise takes a tour of the NYC streets.
“HOP IN THE WHIP” arrives off the heels of recent releases “LUKAKU” and “CHAMPIONS LEAGUE” as Cochise prepares to take the stage on his U.S. tour kicking off November 8th in Miami. Alongside special guest Tisa Korean, Cochise’s tour will visit markets up and down the coast and concludes at The Foundry in Philadelphia, PA on November 21. Fans can go to www.cochise.jp for tickets and more information.
This year’s NO ONE’S NICE TO ME EP has already generated 25 million-plus streams and counting. Right out of the gate, OKAYPLAYER named it one of “13 New Albums You Need To Hear This Week” and spotlighted how “Cochise cuts through corrosive neon trap beats on his new tape.” Rap-Up professed, “The new EP shows further progression from the Florida-based emcee. The eclectic rap phenom’s versatility stretches throughout the 18-minute tape.” Vibe raved, “the project finds the Columbia Records artist bringing enough energy to rival that of a whole tape.” Billboard hailed “HYDROPLANE” on “R&B/Hip-Hop Fresh Picks of the Week” and dubbed it “climactic.”
Following his previous efforts “LUKAKU”, “CHAMPIONS LEAGUE”, and his sophomore album THE INSPECTION, Cochise continues to elevate in his melodic mastery through every new release. With his spitfire bars and infectious production, the XXL 2022 Freshman’s artistic intuition continues to be a refreshing divergence from hip-hop’s current trends while taking an entirely new approach..
11/8 Miami, FL – Skatebird
11/9 Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
11/11 New Orleans, LA – House of Blues
11/13 Nashville, TN – Basement East
11/14 Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall
11/16 Indianapolis, IN – Hi-Fi
11/17 Columbus, OH – Woodlands Tavern
11/18 Lakewood, OH – Mahall’s
11/21 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry