UK Crooner Park Hill releases his highly anticipated single, “Ring my line”, featuring South London’s Yung Fume. The two artists first connected in Atlanta whilst Fume was recording “Level Up”, his collaborative EP with
Zaytoven. The two artists effortlessly spew wavey flows over a bass heavy melodic trap cut produced by Park Hill himself. Destined to light up playlists, clubs and house parties throughout the summer “Ring My Line” further adds to Park Hill’s growing playlist of hits.
Park Hill was born on December 15, 1988, in Virginia, USA but was raised in Norwood, a neighborhood in South London, England.
The oldest of 8 children, Hill and his siblings were raised by his maternal grandmother due to his mother often being incarcerated. Developing a passion for music at a young age, Park Hill turned to music to escape his turbulent environment. Growing up in the UK exposed the artist to a plethora of genres, which heavily influenced his musical style.
Deciding to pursue his dream, Park Hill relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, in 2016. Frequently brushing shoulders with the likes of Future, Lil Durk, YFN Lucci and countless other established artists, Park Hill has an impressive pool of inspiration. His unique sound effectively combines melodies with brutally honest accounts of his life. Some of these experiences are detailed in his debut single, “Made for This”, which gives his listeners a firsthand look into his childhood.
Rapidly building his audience and growing as a musician, Park Hill is definitely one to look to for. Artistically, he wants the message in his music to impact and encourage all of his young listeners that have experienced similar challenges as the ones he faced while growing up.