Sleepy Hallow's anticipated debut album has been in the works for nearly a year, and the Brooklyn Drill rapper finally delivered Still Sleep? on Wednesday.
HipHopDX 2021 Rising Star Sleepy Hallows anticipated debut album has been in the works for nearly a year, and the Brooklyn Drill rapper finally delivered Still Sleep? on the unconventional release day of Wednesday (June 2) via Winners Circle Ent. and RCA Records. The 14-track album is mostly free of features outside of an appearance from his fellow drill sargeant Sheff G on the eerie bonus track Tip Toe, which made waves in Brooklyn last year. He just walked in with this crazy idea, Winners Circle manager Jeremy Jerm Soto recalled in an interview with Complex . Were all looking at him funnylike, What is this? Hes like, No, watch. John made the beat real quick. Then went in there and freestyled off the top of his head, and history was made. Sleepy Hallow dropped off a pair of visuals to album tracks Chicken and Mi No Sabe in May, both of which were directed by Dead Fly Films. Still Sleep? is entirely produced by in-house beat maestro Great John, who provides an ominous soundscape for the Flatbush natives rugged flow.