Released Today: Higher Brothers “16 Hours” New From 88rising

Chinese hip-hop icons, Higher Brothers, prepare the release of their sophomore album by dropping the video for their new single, “16 Hours,” released today, December 11, 2018. Named after the flight time between China and America, “16 Hours” is a playful homage to Higher Brothers’ journey to the west. Written and recorded during their first trip to America, the track signifies Higher Brothers’ global crossover as the first and only China-born rap group to achieve international success.

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“The current breakout stars of the Chinese hip-hop world,” (The New York Times) Higher Brothers are defining what it means to be Chinese in an increasingly globalized, internet-fueled world. Recently named ‘2018 Hip Hop Artist Of The Year’ by one of China’s top music streaming platforms, NetEase, and featured in extensive profiles by international media like CNN, Vice News, Rolling Stone and Los Angeles Times, to name a few, Higher Brothers are already the most heralded rappers in Chinese history and this is only the beginning.