The growth of a hip hop star : Hash Blink? Like Eminem, Hash Blink often sees himself as an underdog in the hip hop game. While Eminem dealt with being white in Black dominated genre, Hash Blink knows how much hip hop is dominated by the Western World but also like Eminem, he plans on breaking down cultural barriers and thriving. He notes of the inspiration he found in his youth watching Eminem, “He gave me hope. Because I figured if this white man could stand the angry crowds then I too could do the same. He was called and told so many things, but he persisted and that is something I want to do.”
Hash Blink or Thomas B. Sheriff is the new growing star in the Hip Hop music world, who got hit by the music bug at the young age of 13. Born and raised in Liberia, Western Africa, he didn’t realize his talent for singing-songwriting until the age of 15. Inspired by 50 Cent’s hit single “P.I.M.P.”, he inclined towards Hip Hop music and started writing songs, and jamming with friends in school. That was the moment when young Thomas started to see himself as Hash Blink.
At the young age of 17, Hash Blink moved to Chicago, to follow his dreams in life. Soon after, he released a trio of singles and now planning to drop a new EP “Life in Babylon” in 2020. Hash Blink is a fan of Eminem and often relates to his journey, as a White making it big in the Black dominated genre. He too is dreaming of following his passion for Hip Hop music, a genre dominated by the western world. The artist is constantly working hard to make his mark in the world of Hip Hop and rap music, since the time he landed in the USA, two years ago.
His fans are eagerly waiting for his debut album, which he says is ready and just being polished. He is also working on releasing a pair of some new great singles in 2020. Hash Blink is also a social media star. He has a huge following in his social media pages. He is active on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. His fans can follow him on Instagram at hash_blink and on Facebook at realhashblink. His Twitter handle is HashBlink. See additional information at https://hashblink.net/.