Rising Indonesian rapper, Warren Hue kicks of 2021 with a new massive single “omomo punk” via 88rising
The new single “omomo punk” was produced by LIOHN & Klahr, effortlessly fuses his rockstar energy with beat switches, dexterous rapping, and melodic crooning throughout, proving the budding star is redefining what it means to be a genre-bending artist.
The accompanying visual opens the door to a desert dreamscape taking viewers on a mind-bending trip across time and space. Showcasing Hue in a montage of iconic, Bowie-esque androgynous style replete with zebra suiting, fur, florals, and an abundance of accessories, the debut visual puts his fashion sensibility on full display.
Warren shares: “’omomo punk’ is inspired by experimental music with pop and early punk elements. It is energetic and happy, but the lyrics discuss sad themes of fame and relationships. The juxtaposition brings a unique feeling to listeners.”
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.
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.