Brooklyn rapper Sleepy Hallow has been keeping fans busy with a handful of singles, but it looks like things are moving forward with his forthcoming debut album.
On Wednesday (May 26), the Winner’s Circle member dropped “Chicken” and “Mi No Sabe” with accompanying videos. The two songs are intended to kick off the rollout for Hallow’s debut album StillSleep?, which will be dropping on June 2.
On “Mi No Sabe,” Hallow slides all over a simple hard-hitting beat from longtime collaborator Great John as he raps about flossing on his haters and targeting his opps. As for “Chicken,” Great John flips the viral “Chicken Wing Song” and adds a New York drill vibe that allows Hallow to attack with his violent lyrics. For the pair of music videos, Hallow heads to Puerto Rico for a sun-filled adventure.
Still Sleep? will include previously released tracks “2 Sauce” and “2055,” which gave listeners a taste of what’s to come from the Great John-produced album. Although 2021 has been pretty quiet for the Brooklyn native, fans are anxiously waiting to hear what Sleepy Hallow has been working on after having a breakout 2020.
He elevated in 2020 with his RIAA Gold-certified hit single “Deep End Freestyle,” which featured vocals by Fousheé. Sleepy Hallow’s exciting collection of EPs such as Sleepy Hallow Presents: Sleepy For President, The Black House and Don’t Sleep have earned him placements on several “Best of” lists including a coveted spot on HipHopDX’s 2021 Rising Stars list.