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The Big Hash Releases “Sometimes” Brand New Music Video

The Big Hash Releases “Sometimes” Brand New Music Video. Three weeks ago The Big Harsh shook the airwaves with his much anticipated mixtape “Aries: A Precursor To Heartbreak Hotel.” The project has been favorably accepted by his supporters, with over 500 thousand streams across all streaming platforms in just two weeks.

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The Big Hash Releases “Sometimes” Brand New Music Video

The Big Hash appeared to have released the official music video of the fan-favorite tune, “SOMETIMES,” ahead of the mixtape, which is produced by Flex The Ninja and Amo Beatz, co-written by Ben September, and engineered by Malcolm VX. The rapper has announced the release of the brand new music video on his Twitter TL making sure that his fans get to enjoy this eloquent and well-crafted project.

“SOMETIMES” (Official Music Video) OUT NOW on YouTube Red heart @devo_entity @FlexTheNinja @AmoBeatz @LarryOnSight @_Benseptember Directed by Morale Pablo Phala
Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to my channel, more music from “ARIES” are incoming! Aries https://youtu.be/1ImWTtQWDw8
.” Tweeted The Big Hash.

In this music video The Bash clearly revealed that he is a man that is still enchanted by love since the video spar with an imaginary concept of too much passion. The rapper has showed what he capable of throughout the year despite having to go through too much troubles with his former record label.

The Big Hash exudes adolescent bravado, spewing blazing bars between seductive tunes. The artist has his own style of rap that has captivated most of the audiences in the hip hop game.  The Big Hash displayed adolescent swagger spewing blazing lines. In a frenzy of class skipping, and agonizing grief, the rapper has  demonstrated that he’s just as good at hooks as he is at lyrics.

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