Multi-talented NYC-based musician/actor Blu Hyku tackles the delicate issue of prejudice and discrimination on his new single “Carry On.” The track is a reflective and heartfelt tune that talks about finding hope and strength in the midst of the madness in the lockdown.

Sparked by the unfortunate attacks on Asian Americans, Blu Hyku looks at the situation and decides to pen a hopeful and uplifting record for himself and his community. Backed by a smooth somber backdrop, he shows that keeping one’s head up and push through would always be the best way amidst adversity. The video is quite engaging and well crafted. From capturing the people in his community to showcasing his own performance style, we get to see something refreshing and original.

“Carry On” is taken from his new EP Pandemonium, a five-track EP reflecting the different emotions we go through during the pandemic from loneliness and laziness to work and anxiety.


Get “Carry On” on Apple Music//Deezer


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