Hoosh Walks a Mile in Different Shoes With “Slow Dance”
Skating over the instrumental with his appealingly nasal delivery, augmented by ad-libbed harmonies, Hoosh tells the story of a dancer he befriended who broadened his perspective on life. Though the artist initially pities the dancer, she quickly sets him straight, emphasizing the prideful and empowering aspects of her chosen profession: “She said, why you/Why you trippin/Just mind ya business, this is how I feed my children.” The new song comes with an artful visualizer that documents Hoosh’s life on tour, including his performances at Rolling Loud (Miami, New York, and Toronto) and his adventures in the festival’s host cities.
“Slow Dance represents the understanding that you can’t judge a book by its cover. You’ll never truly know what someone’s going through unless you ask. People deserve the respect to make their own choices regardless of what is acceptable to the status quo – as long as they’re not hurting anymore.”
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