Hou Woulda Thought: Houdini releases highly anticipated sophomore project
“Backseat” rapper Houdini has released his officially released his highly anticipated sophomore album, Hou Woulda Thought.
The new project is the second full-length release Houdini has dropped this year, and comes roughly five months after his critically acclaimed debut, Hou I Am.
Unlike the debut, Hou Woulda Thought has no guest appearances but to most Houdini fans we’ve spoken to, that’s good news. “No guest appearances means the project will have more of Houdini’s voice,” explained one of our Instagram followers.
It also gives you a full scope of Houdini’s skill set, and his overall ability to craft a project on his own from start to finish.
As an Apple Music editor noted: “Over the course of 15 tracks, Houdini’s elastic warble floats over consistently heavy trap rumble while he reminds listeners where he comes from (‘Belmont Boyz’), talks about how life has changed since his earliest success (‘Options’), and reaffirms his street ties (‘Big Crip’).”
Earlier today, Houdini dropped his first music video in support of Hou Woulda Thought. “Intro (HWT)” was directed by Orazio and is available for viewing here.
You can follow @Houdini on Instagram.
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