New York, NY – April 16, 2021] Today, 18-year-old Indonesian rapper, singer and producer Warren Hue releases his new track “Charged!” via 88rising. The song is a hip-hop-infused dance track featuring elements of modern electronic music. The energy is high throughout the track, with the chant-like vocals and catchy hook.
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listen to “Charged!”
To coincide with the release, Hue has partnered with Samsung for a massive global promotional campaign for new the Galaxy A phone. As part of the campaign, Samsung will include the track prominently throughout its messaging and first teased the track on Instagram and TikTok, sparking a new TikTok challenge with the “Charged!” audio. Samsung will also give fans a first look at exclusive BTS footage behind the making of the track. Using the community driven power of Tik Tok, Samsung and 88rising are using Warren Hue’s new song to cultivate endless creativity that’s accessible to all. Click HERE
to see the TikTok posts.
“Charged!” comes on the heels of Hue’s debut release with the pioneering Asian music collective 88rising, “omomo punk.” Upon release the track was playlisted on Spotify’s “New Music Friday” in 13 countries including the US, Indonesia and more. Additional playlisting includes Apple Music New Music Daily in 11 markets, Fresh Waves and New This Week. To date, the track and video have been streamed and viewed nearly 2 million times worldwide. Listen/Watch “omomo punk” HERE
About Warren Hue
Indonesian rapper, singer, and producer Warren Hue stands out from the pack with his ever-evolving sound, establishing a truly original presence by fusing R&B, house, electronic and industrial genres into a heady cocktail of alternative hip-hop. Writing and releasing music from his bedroom since the age of 14, the 18-year-old is becoming as popular as he is prolific, racking up millions of streams on Spotify, including over 2 million for his infectiously fun single “candy choppa.” Releasing his first full project SUGARTOWN in 2019, the 9-track project touched on topics both personal and universal.
Fast forward to December 2020, Hue first linked with 88rising to perform at the virtual Double Happiness Winter Wonder Festival alongside such notable Asian artists as NxWorries (Anderson .Paak x Knxwledge), CHUNG HA, Ardhito Pramono, and ATEEZ.