“Who’s is Half-Empty?” Many ponder the thought when a new artist is introduced. In a time where artist constantly are releasing bodies of work it’s hard to keep up. I assure you Half- Empty in particular isn’t new to the rodeo. With production credits stemming from Asap Ferg’s “Cocaine Castle” under the alias High Class Filth to entirely killing beat tapes within the span of 8 years.

I’ve personally been a witness to many of his accomplishments. It feels just like yesterday listening to Filth y Moi 2, Perfect Nudes Forever and BurgerLord nonstop. Today he’s back with a somewhat new persona. Releasing a visual for Reflection directed by Anselmo “Ande” Jonas and two new Eps titled ‘Safe to Say‘ and SCREENPLAY‘. 80% of the ep are produced by Half-Empty himself with help from Trill800 on a few tracks. Half wanted to make the tape relatable as possible; explaining to me that during his transition to rapping he was “too shy to reveal my identity because I didn’t know how people would react to the site of me rapping… I wanted to see what they thought without knowing who I was.”

 

He feels like the music he’s making now is impressive, with that being said enjoy the newly released ‘Reflection‘ and tell us what you think.