Tish Hyman joins Julie Ann
The music video for US recording artist Tish Hyman’s debut single “Subway Art” was premiered by Fader magazine, who hailed her the next Lauren Hill and adding, “Tish's voice might recall a pained young Lauryn Hill, but in contrast to Ms. Hill's more opaque late career, Tish's perspective is fresh and crystal clear.” Stream “Subway Art”
The stark white and black video, directed by Aristotle, captures the essence of New York featuring the worn faces that ride anonymously on subway trains every day, by the millions. The video plays well into the lyrics written by Tish.
“"I've rode the subways in the city my entire life," says Tish. "'Subway Art' is about the heart of the city. It's about life underground. When I talk to strangers on my rides, most of their stories involve hardship and struggle.
Real life... I wanted to make a record that represents this."
“Subway Art” caught the attention of Zane Lowe, Erykah Badu, and Estelle who all showed their support via social media.
Tish embarks on her first UK trip over the next 10 days, 9th September to September 20th, for early promotion and further creative collaborations.
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