I Don’t Care: Ottawa’s Sam Hoss drops Dillin Hoox-assisted debut
Situated in the east end of Ottawa, newcomer Sam Hoss makes his official debut with a new single featuring fellow Ottawa recording artist and producer, Dillin Hoox.
“I Don’t Care” was produced by Anno Domini Beats and is expected to received video support in the near future directed by Toronto-based Concrete Films.
Hoss was born in Tehran, Iran and relocated to Canada with his family in 2004 when he was 10-years-old. While attempting to adapt to a new culture – and trying to meet new people without knowing the local language – Hoss turned to music and basketball to keep him busy. He would eventually find influence from Hoox, who happens to be his older cousin. And if Hoox’s guidance and support wasn’t motivation enough, Hoss also draws creative inspiration from other members of his family, including his father who is a singer, and his aunt who is a published poet.
Hoss has been working hard in the studio lately, with a ton of new recordings ready to be mixed and released. His management recently made the decision to release “I Don’t Care” as the official debut. The single should be available on outlets like Spotify and Apple Music in the near future but for now you can stream it below via SoundCloud.
“I Don’t Care” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day.