Indonesian rapper and rising star Warren Hue delivers a brand new immersive track ‘Runaway W Me’ featured along with a music video
The production features a climactic drop that builds up an energetic guitar solo leading into an infectious hook by Warren. On the track, Warren tries to navigate through this new life he’s living in Los Angeles and searches for solitude with his relationships, looking to “run away” from some of the stress that comes with the life he’s pursuing. The track is accompanied by a psychedelic visual that reflects this sentiment, directed and edited by Mattias Russo-Larsson of “coming of age.”
Warren shares: “It’s a love song that mixes in elements of Hyper-pop, trap and hip hop. The process of creating this song was super interesting because we changed the bpm 5 times and used interesting vocal chains to create a psychedelic effect.”
The new single from Warren Hue “RUNAWAY W ME” is an alternative hip-hop track produced by Warren’s longtime collaborator South Korean producer, Chasu.
Most recently, Warren Hue was featured on 88rising labelmate Rich Brian’s Brightside EP on high energy track “Getcho Mans” that received critical praise from Complex, Pitchfork, V Magazine, Hot New Hip Hop, UPROXX, and more.
In less than a year, Warren Hue has grown from hometown hero to international sensation – featuring prominently in Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi & The Legend of the Ten Rings soundtrack, the pages of The New York Times, and in brand endorsements from Samsung and Microsoft.
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.
In April, Warren Hue has released his amazing single “omomo punk”, in May, Hue released “Too Many Tears,” the lead single from collaboration album Head in the Clouds that features 88rising artists and more.