After being championed by the likes of Nas, DJ Semtex and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, BiG HEATH is a rapper rising at serious speed, and he is back with more heat for us following the releases of ‘Bouncy’ and ‘Biggy’. This new instalment is a Latino-esque single entitled 'Pablo', and it has already got the people talking.
Hitting hard from the intro ‘Pablo’ demonstrates more of BiG HEATH’s signature, fiery lyrics which arrive over a bold beat which comes in courtesy of Hank Solo. Despite the playful production, it is clear BiG HEATH is not here to play around with this release, speaking on the track himself;
'Pablo was made with legendary producer Hank Solo in our first session together in London. I said I wanted something that could be played in a club with mad energy, whilst also still having a story behind it. I went on to finish the track in Hank’s home of Helsinki. The song is all about feeling powerful and unstoppable I.e. ‘Pablo’ when I am being myself and “sticking to my plan'
With the track being so big, it was vital that the music video to accompany it came in at the finest standard, and huge props must be sent out to Henry Oliver, who has cooked up yet another high quality visual for BiG HEATH. The Cambridge rapper is building a strong team, and Henry is clearly becoming a prominent figure. The duo have delivered another movie-esque music video, and there is no doubt that it is going to do huge views.
There is no denying the speed of BiG HEATH’s rise and it is only set to get faster, so get familiar now, and check out the brand new single 'Pablo' below.