See No Evil by iHATEJON

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iHATEJON dazzles us with his latest single, ‘See No Evil’ –a Dark Pop/ Hip Hop tune that is bound to become your new earworm.

Kicking off with some in-and-out faded tunes, eventually, a guitar joins in, and we hear the vocals saying:

“Hear no,

speak no,

see no. (x2)

Hear no evil,

speak no evil,

see no evil.”

Before you know it, you are already singing, nodding your head and tapping your feet.

The song’s arrangement has a wavy feeling as if you were driving slowly in your car on a curvy road or skating by the beach with the sunset in the back. All in all, a song that gives you very chill, mellow vibes.

iHATEJON’s voice falls on the same lines, captivating and inviting. As he sings along the verses, it motivates you to sing along.

The lyrics touch down on a toxic relationship that takes him away from his music and from the person he is. Finally, he offers a remedy to this harm by focusing on precisely what he was pushed from: himself, his music, and living in the present.

iHATEJON, based in North Carolina, USA, is an alternative hip-hop artist who finds inspiration from artists such as J Cole, Mac Miller, Dominic Fike, and Lil Peep. 

He currently has almost 17K monthly listeners on Spotify. His previous work is also noticeably appreciated, like ‘Purple Açaí’ with +31K streams, ‘U’ with +11K and one of his recent tunes, ‘iGOTME’ already approaching the two K figure with currently +8K streams.

We are big fans of iHATEJON’s effortlessly casual style. A minimal, breathy and haunting style, as if music runs through his veins.