A stand-apart from Sleepy Hallow’s new collection.
Languid Hallow showed up at the rise of Brooklyn drill close by Sheff G. From that point forward, the two have kept on cutting out their own path while keeping a solid grasp on New York’s drill scene. While Sheff was quick to get through, and has since delivered a few strong assortments of work, fans have been expecting Sleepy Hallow’s significant presentation. On Friday, he at long last revealed Still Sleep? which discovers Sleepy conveying his most cleaned assortment of work to date.
With 14 tracks altogether, including two extra singles, Sleepy Hallow conveys fair lyricism through his baritone sing-rap conveyance. On “Make You (Snake Proof),” Sleepy Hallow ponders trust and companionship over peppy creation with a dash of Latin impact. However it is a snappy record, Sleepy Hallow’s verses mirror a seriously frightening reality.