Jonah – ‘Scary Hours’

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Over the past weeks, Houston rapper Jonah has been keeping us all entertained with a string of impressive singles, including the recently featured ‘Bruce Lee’ and ‘Abundances’. An artist who seems to be at the very top of his game, both artistically and creatively, Jonah has been creating hits with ease, and today, he’s unleashed another one, the brilliant progressive piece of ‘Scary Hours’.

Available today on all major platforms, the new single is another bold step forward, building on the momentum that was set in motion by his last few singles. Musically, it’s a brilliant evolution that takes the best elements of progressive rap and alt-RnB to create his most intoxicating hit to date.

Filled with a smooth, harmonic sound that hits in waves, ‘Scary Hours’ holds firm to an invigorating rhythm and simple, yet effective melody that constantly hits its mark. Layered with quickstepping beats reminiscent of the old 101, the track is an intricate cascade of sounds, shaping itself around new wave synths and reverb-soaked vocals that hit with Jonah’s usual bold and confident flow.

Easily one of the hardest working independent artists that the southern state has to offer, Jonah’s sound has evolved into a brilliant hybrid of progressive rap, alternative RnB, and visceral new age hip-hop, and his latest single proves his talents perfectly.

Check out the new single below via Spotify.

Available now on Spotify, Soundcloud, Apple Music and YouTube, as well as part of our very own annual Spotify playlist for 2021, ‘Scary Hours’ sees Jonah continuing to impress his fans and critics with ease, earmarking him as one of this generation’s next great artists.

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