Rapper-singer-songwriter TheHxliday is ready to make his mark as a hip-hop/pop hybrid artist with his somber emotionally distraught love ballad “Save Me.” At only 18-years-old the rising artist is making waves gaining over 20 streams all on his own. He’s featured on “Familiar” and “Let You Down” off Internet Money’s debut album B4 The Storm.
TheHxliday co-produced, mixed, and wrote “Save Me.” The raw dark-pop record is a deep cry for help fueled by visceral emotion. He belts “And I don’t wanna lose my life. And you’re the one that keeps me tame.” COMPLEX praised “Save Me” calling it “A beautiful new record from TheHxliday, in which the young artist calls for help to escape the torment of his own thoughts.”
Earlier this year TheHxliday dropped his debut EP Broken Halls, a tease of what’s to come down the line as he continues to refine his “sad boy” love sound. Not to mention, he’s championed by the media conglomerate Lyrical Lemonade, who’s founder Cole Bennett shot multiple videos for TheHxliday. TheHxliday is part of the new wave of rock stars who are inspired by the likes of rappers, pop stars, and rock bands of the past. Looking to the future, he’s ready to make it Hxliday SZN with a new project forthcoming.