I Been – [Berhana] ft. [Crush]

Since Berhana rose to viral prominence with his 2016 self-titled EP, the innovative soul artist has remained relatively selective about the music he’s put out. However, we are now just weeks away from his new album ’Han’, and with a string of addictive singles leading the way so far, things are sounding very promising for Berhana. Today, he adds to the hype even more with a new song titled “I Been”. The Atlanta native teams up with Korean musician Crush, and the two artists unite powers to make for a dreamy, catchy collaboration. Sonically, “I Been” fits with the theme Berhana has been teasing with other singles like “Health Food” and “Lucky Strike”. With more direct funk influence coming through in the pulsing basslines and bounce of his latest releases, the evolution of Berhana’s sound maintains the same soul of his most popular songs while adding more upbeat flair that’s addictive to listen to on repeat. Get a feel for it yourself and hit play on “I Been” by Berhana below:

Wildin’ – [berhana]

Success is just about never as straightforward as it seems. Capturing true happiness doesn’t always come with monetary gain or having your name known everywhere, and berhana attests to this in his groovy new single and video, “Wildin’”. Detailing the journey that brought him to where he is today, we hear about how the rising star started making music in his basement. The motives were pure love for music and the desire to help out his family, but we quickly see the troubles that come with rapid success. Chaotic scenes of materialism and other manifestations of this sentiment eventually bring him to an undesirable fate in the video, and just like the song says, berhana wants to stay true to himself, “hoping I don’t waste this“. Even featuring a shoutout to the Based God, berhana’s latest is a beautiful culmination of infectious sounds and touching lyrics, so don’t sleep. Click play below and follow the artist on Twitter here! Directed by Sam Guest Creative Direction by Julia Baylis Produced by Edward Thomas Liguori