Headie One Drops ‘Breathing’ Ahead Of Album Release
Headie One Breathing: Headie One’s had quite the rollout for his debut album. Getting locked up at the start of the prior year getting an early release over COVID. From that point, he’s released tons of singles with “Rose Gold,” the Drake-assisted, “Only You Freestyle,” and “Ain’t It Different” ft. AJ Tracey and Stormzy.
As his debut album prepares for a Friday release, the rapper released his latest single from the project, “Breathing.” Pain enigmas his voice over the pitched R&B vocal samples and 808s as he opens up about depressed spots from betrayal to incarceration and the parallels between rap and the streets. Following his recent prison sentence, Headie’s latest tune not only seems as though he’s getting numerous things off of his mind but likewise giving commentary and insight into the racial injustice looked by Black people in the UK and over the globe.
Headie One’s forthcoming debut album EDNA drops this Friday with appearances from Drake, Future, Skepta, M Huncho, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Stream ‘Breathing’ below.
Everything that my Pops once told me, I should’ve listened
Was a lil’ n***a thinkin’ I could trust my intuition
Them sentences for rapists and them dealers should be different
I guess that depends on what the color of your skin is
Every setback in the dock felt that pain from all your people
Think we like bein’ around them crack pipes and them needles?
Starin’ at this dirty money, all the fiends will give you
Thinkin’ “Either me or them”, this money payin’ for my dinner, One