Pop | Hip-Hop
Pop | Hip-Hop
If you’ve spent any amount of time in the Milwaukee metal scene, the name Armon Hassan is bound to ring some bells. From cutting his teeth as a harsh vocalist in the metalcore outfit Abide by Me, to packing venues with After Hour Animals, to experimenting outside the boundaries and blurring the lines of heavy music in Monorail Central, Hassan as proven time and time again that his ever-growing vocals become the vanguard of his passion projects.
Once again, Hassan has returned to playing music with a new twist on his indistinguishable vocals – this time with a solo project. Performing under the name Armon Hassan., his debut single “Right Now” shows Hassan at his most vulnerable yet – on display are the clean vocals that Hassan began honing with Monorail Central, and his lyrics paint the picture of a man facing his inner demons. “Right Now” draws upon the self-deprecating emo-rap of artists like Lil Peep and gives Hassan the opportunity to really showcase who he is as an artist – no longer shackled by the boundaries of his past heavy projects, yet still fully capable of projecting the raw emotion that fans of his music have come to expect.
Now signed to N43 Records alongside iconic Milwaukee artists Lex Allen and Corey Pieper, Hassan has only just begun to show Milwaukee what he’s capable of.