Taken off his drawing near untitled studio album, the one also facets South Korean rapper Woo
Inspired by his life experiences, Korean-American rapper pH-1 confronts his demons in his latest single, “Mr Tainted.” Featuring South Korean rapper Woo, the one is confirmed to be segment of his upcoming album that comes roughly three years following his 12-note epic Halo.
Co-written by the artists alongside Sumin, “Mr Tainted” is a grunge hip-hop single outlining pH-1’s outlook and experiences with “events, alcohol, or lawful mates.” Based on an announcement, the rapper used to be “inspired by his abilities of how being substandard can feel factual;” a mirrored image of that will doubtless be sensed in the chorus as he raps, “Doin’ substandard substandard issues but it feels so factual.” Regardless of luminous he’s trapped amidst the contaminated crowd of people, pH-1 acknowledges this scenario as segment of life – a predominant bump into that makes life a mixture of factual and substandard experiences.
In tune with the energy of the one, the song video sees pH-1 appearing at a chaotic warehouse social gathering. As the video unfolds, the rapper walks into slightly just a few corners of the establish lawful sooner than he lies on the bottom surrounded by flyers with ‘Mr Tainted’ plastered on them.
The yr 2021 used to be critically eventful for the rapper. His single “365&7” with Jamie topped the Korean charts. In October, he featured in abet-to-abet releases, in conjunction with indigo la Extinguish’s “Bask in,” Raiden’s “Golden” and Ramengvrl’s “Ain’t No MF.” December saw pH-1 collaborate with singer-songwriter Hoody on “Recently,” marking their 2d collaborative venture after the 2018 single “Discuss,” produced by Woogie.