The Brrrap Pack’s hottest new edition is about to show us how things are done, Fugative style! Back with his second party smash of the summer, ‘Bad Girl’ is a sizzling track set to crank up the heat with its slick rhymes and toxic chorus.
Just turned 16 years old, Fugative aka Harry Byart, the self made pioneer of ‘hip-pop’ - hip hop with a pop twist - exploded into the pop sphere last year with his genre-defying single ‘Jimmy Shoe’ and has since notched up an incredible 5 million hits on Youtube across his videos including his club smash ‘Supafly’.
His last single, ‘Crush’ teamed Fugative with US heavyweight producer YoungLord who’s chart topping productions include P.Diddy, Beyoncé, Lil Kim, G-Unit, Mary J Blige, Mariah Carey and DMX. Peaking at #9 in the TV airplay chart and #24 in the UK National Chart midweek’s despite being a warm up single is testament to his ever growing fan base, his Facebook now boasts over 50k fans and over an impressive 25k followers on Twitter.
Already, Fugative has conquered a Nordic alliance on new single ‘Bad Girl’ with Scandinavia’s first-class R&B writers and producers Soulshock & Karlin who’s hit singles include JLS ‘One Shot’, Alesha Dixon ‘Breathe Slow’ as well as productions for 2 Pac, Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, Seal, Sting & Toni Braxton. The tracks killer chorus comes courtesy of Soulshock & Karlin’s signature vocoding of a classified U.S R&B star and Stateside Fugative champion.
Fugative has notched up an impressive 200 gigs in the last 18 months and his summer schedule includes huge festival line up’s at Wireless, Hyde Park on July 4th opening stage 2 for Jay Z, Tinie Tempah, Professor Green and more. August 1st sees Fugative perform at Underage Festival, Victoria Park – Converse stage hosted by Annie Mac, artists include Tinchy, M.I.A, Ellie Goulding and more. Other gigs include support slots on Roll Deep’s up & coming tour and a whole host of under-18’s gigs.
‘Bad Girl’ is released on the 18th July with remixes from Dawood & Preston, the production team behind Roll Deep’s ‘Good Times’, UK Funky from ‘Lil Silva’ and a huge Dubstep rework from ‘Tek One’.