Saint Louis rapper Hurt Hall has been on the rise this year, launching his career in style with 2 new EPs, Fall Baby and Community Service.
Starting off with “Ghetto Angels,” the EP Fall Baby greatly sets the tone through a slow-paced rap that sees Hurt Hall dropping impactful verses over a dreamy instrumental. His style is sharp and relatable, and his flow is as solemn as it gets, displaying confidence and authority in an inspiring way. Overall, Fall Baby is a magnificent EP, with each track perfectly placed along the entire tracklist. His previously released EP Community Service, features Nelson Santana and sonically also revolves around slow rhythms and smooth instrumentals.
Inspired by artists like Beanie Sigel, Jay Z, Lil Wayne and Juvenile, Hurt Hall was raised by a single mom in Florida. Their move to Clearwater, Florida forced him to quickly adapt to his new lifestyle, helped by his admiration for southern groups like TRU and Outkast.
A rapper about to explode, Hurt Hall is wrapping-up what might very well appear as the most important year of his life with his 2 debut EPs out on all major digital platforms.