Singles and EPs
Dallas native, Harry Edohoukwa is rooted in melody and committed to innovation. Raised on Jamaican smooth stylist Beres Hammond and Afro-reggae messenger Lucky Dube, Harry follows his mentors by using tuneful, personal deliveries to convey his purge of emotion and insight, whether it be hyped or brooding energy. His lyrics paint a vivid canvas of his life’s journey through triumph, agony, and personal lessons. Named by the Austin Chronicle as one of 2019’s Must See Artists at SXSW, Harry headlined the Hotel Vegas with Jackie Venson and White Denim, as well as NPR station, KUTX 98.9’s SXSBREAKS and Love Lockdown shows, becoming one of Austin’s premiere artists in 2019. Most recently, Harry opened up a sold out show for Grammy nominated artist Black Pumas at White Oak Music Hall in Houston, TX. At the end of 2019, he released his debut album, Fire on the Mountain. The album, speaks about the human mistakes he has made, in fact the mistakes that we all have made. He voices the small light of hope that exists in each of these mistakes that propel us into being excited about the present moment and the future moments to come. Harry falls into this feeling after his mindset shifts from focusing on the mistakes made and self-disgust to learning and self-love.