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“The Georgia artist thinks in the future and wants to bring you into it.” FADER

Terrell Hines’ music contains multitudes, and not just in the obvious way that it blurs all manner of genres into one big urgent, beautiful, hyper-dynamic ball of energy.” Respect magazine

Terrell Hines’ music falls somewhere between TV on the Radio’s post–Cookie Mountain synth-heavy reinvention and Young Fathers’ career-spanning hyper-experimentalism.” – Flood

“One of the most exciting rising artists around right now.” – Atwood Magazine

July 6, 2020…Today, Terrell Hines releases the song and lyric video for “Get Up (Featuring Vince Staples).” Watch it here. The powerful song debuted this morning as the chosen track on Zane Lowe’s World First Premiere on Beats 1 Radio, where they discussed how Hines is able to see the intersection between music, art and the reality we live in.

“It’s always good to get a vision out with other artists who want to live in a created space outside of the design we are currently in,” says Terrell about Vince Staples joining him on the song. “I couldn’t have gotten a better collab than Vince Staples. I’ve always enjoyed and respected his work. He brought a certain energy to the record that only he could bring.”

“The design’s been outdated and the media’s got everybody sedated,” Terrell says of the song. “Capitalism is one treacherous drug built off of the backs of black people… so the system doesn’t need to be reformed, I think it should be reborn.”

Terrell Hines will release his debut mixtape Portal One: The Mixtape on Capitol Records August 7. Hines is an artists’ artist, most recently featured on the title track of Beck’s latest “Hyperspace.” He is a songwriter, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer with influences as broad as Outkast, Joy Division, Four Tet, Migos, Kendrick and more. The Berklee College of Music gave Hines a full ride, and people’s first exposure to his music was chosen to be used in the 2019 Apple Keynote. Without releasing an album or touring in the U.S. yet, he’s amassed more than 2 million streams.

Fans can expect subsequent tracks in the next weeks, leading up to the August 7 Mixtape release. There will be a visual component for all tracks included on the mixtape. While in quarantine he’s shooting his own videos via a green screen and ingenuity.

The concept that drives his music — an even split of postmodern and post-apocalyptic — is how he funnels all his obsessions into what he does best. He’s a renaissance man who can be found devouring books on linguistics, synesthesia, or evolutionary psychology in his downtime. Or considering which metals one would want to gather following a catastrophe, then actually sampling those metals in the studio. “I’m trying to engineer the future,” says Hines.

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