J Hus drops visual for brand new single DID YOU SEE, premiered on 1Xtra
Having only just premiered his new track with DJ Target on BBC 1Xtra earlier this week, Hus released the visual for ‘Did You See’.
Kicking off 2017 with guest appearances across tracks by Dave, Nines and Stormzy, J Hus is ready for the release of his new single ‘Did You See’ lifted from his highly anticipated debut album via Black Butter Records.
Premiered across the airwaves by DJ Target (1Xtra), the track is produced by JAE5. ‘DYS’ is signature J Hus, encompassing all the elements that we have grown to love about him over the years. His ‘feel good’ wave across a signature JAE5 production, gives us the perfect taster of what’s to come for his debut album later this year.
” ‘Did You See’ is a track where me and JAE5 just had fun” recalls J Hus.
This follows last years release of the ‘Playing Sports’ EP including title track, ‘Free Up’ and ‘Clean It Up’ which Hus decided to drop on his soundcloud account. And who can forget the release of ‘Friendly’, originally leaked online, the track was accompanied by a typically entertaining visual from Hus coining his popular term ‘Fanta with no ice’ which went on to become a viral sensation.
Nominated for Best Newcomer at The MOBO Awards in 2015, and included on the long-list for the 2016 BBC Sound Poll, Hus is back and ready to make his mark. His ‘The 15th Day’ mixtape, which dropped back in 2015 alongside smash single ‘Lean & Bop’, highlights his ebullient blend of Dancehall, Afrobeat, Grime and R&B, winning acclaim from The Guardian, Fader, Noisey, Complex and i-D, and clocking over a million plays in its first month.
Securing a deal with Black Butter, known as the incubator of talent of everyone from Rudimental to Jess Glynne and MNEK, Hus ended 2015 featuring on Tinie Tempah’s ’Junk Food‘ mixtape. He graced Katy B’s album last year as well as making a guest appearance on the ‘BrOTHERHOOD‘ movie soundtrack. To kick things off in 2017, Hus has featured on Dave’s single ‘Samantha’, on High Roller the lead single from Nines’ debut album and on Stormzy’s recent debut album ‘Gang Signs & Prayer‘ on the track ‘Bad Boys’ alongside Ghetts.