19 year-old upcoming rapper, PW, may be relatively new to the industry, but he is one to watch out for as he is set to make waves with his catchy new track, ‘Sensible’.
Not only does ‘Sensible’ have smooth vocals and rhythm, the song also shows off PW’s lyrical skills and is definitely a song most young boys and girls can relate to. But what it does for the artist is it serves as a window into what listeners can expect from his forthcoming mixtape, ‘NKOTB’ (New Kid On The Block) and it sees him emerge as a credible addition to the new-look British pop-urban sphere.
Akheim Allen, whose stage name, PW comes from his childhood nickname, ‘Peewee’, began rapping at the young age of 14, but it wasn’t until he got to college that he started taking music seriously after being inspired by artists from his area who he admired a lot like Chipmunk and Wretch 32. Inspired and passionate, he started to dedicate time and studio sessions to developing his own music style and sound.
Looks like the hardwork has paid off as his fan-base is continuously growing. Following the success of his single since its 1 month release (PS: the song got over 13000 views in its first week. Very impressive for a new artist!), PW is set to follow-up the success of the song with a video. Directed by Luke Biggins (Enrique Iglesias, Devlin), the video will definitely serve as introduction to PW’s career, and as a means for fans to put a face to the talent.
It will be available for download on the 19th of September.
Here is the video: