emir taha Shares New EP 'Hoppa Pt. 1'

It's a blend of Eastern and Western influences...Alt-R&B riser emir taha has shared his new 'Hoppa Pt. 1' EP in full. Born in Turkey, he's since moved to the United States, and this East-meets-West clash informs much of his songwriting. Taking imperial R&B tropes and blending it with aspects of his heritage, it matches Turkish melodies to trap production. Out now, new EP 'Hoppa Pt. 1' boasts production from Detonate and Jay Moon, while previous singles gained co-signs from Wale and Benny Blanco. A work shot through with a highly personal sense of emotion, 'Hoppa Pt. 1' charts some emphatically original ground. “I found inspiration for my EP in the culture clash I experienced and observed while living away from home,” Emir explains. “‘Silence’ is all about the emptiness you feel when you let someone go. The search for new strength and stability while feeling isolated from the outside world. During this period silence can become the most unbearable sound.” Tune in now. Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine    

emir taha Shares New EP 'Hoppa Pt. 1'
It's a blend of Eastern and Western influences...

Alt-R&B riser emir taha has shared his new 'Hoppa Pt. 1' EP in full.

Born in Turkey, he's since moved to the United States, and this East-meets-West clash informs much of his songwriting.

Taking imperial R&B tropes and blending it with aspects of his heritage, it matches Turkish melodies to trap production.

Out now, new EP 'Hoppa Pt. 1' boasts production from Detonate and Jay Moon, while previous singles gained co-signs from Wale and Benny Blanco.

A work shot through with a highly personal sense of emotion, 'Hoppa Pt. 1' charts some emphatically original ground.

“I found inspiration for my EP in the culture clash I experienced and observed while living away from home,” Emir explains.

“‘Silence’ is all about the emptiness you feel when you let someone go. The search for new strength and stability while feeling isolated from the outside world. During this period silence can become the most unbearable sound.”

Tune in now.

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Vanilla Ice Cancels July 4th Show Following Outcry
It was due to take place in Austin, Texas...

Vanilla Ice has cancelled a Texan show following a huge outcry.

The 90s pop-rap star was due to play a set in Austin, Texas on July 4th, with the venue using a loophole in Texan law to get the show off the ground.

A restaurant with an open air performance space, news of the show quickly went viral on social media - especially given the City Of Austin stepped in to (correctly) halt SXSW earlier in the year.

Following , the set has been cancelled, with Vanilla Ice sharing a message to fans on social media.

He said...

"Due to the increase in COVID-19 numbers in Austin we’re gonna move the concert to a better date. We were hoping for better Coronavirus numbers by July but Unfortunately the numbers have increased quite a bit so for the safety and health of everyone we’re going to stay home."

Check out the message below.

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