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Exclusive: #WhoIsFHB? New Teaser Image Surfaces

By Michael Mirrorcle / Published on Tuesday, 23 Aug 2016 16:07 PM / No Comments

Every so often, there are music acts that come out in a shroud of mystery. Japanese pop duo ClariS, Australian vocalist Sia, and Daft Punk never show their face in public. It’s a creative and intriguing approach to their public persona.

Los Angeles based FHB is following down that path as well. It’s still unknown if FHB is a group, duo or solo act. FHB’s driving force is “female empowerment with creative freedom.” Every appearance made has been cloaked in a masked caricature which hides FHB


FHB’s latest track Regular has been serviced to Urban and Rhythmic radio. Joseph Charles aka Screwface had this to say:


“As a record producer the creative process in developing a sound is important. As a manager having the product and cooperation is imperative, and as a record exec having an artist that understands the “business” of music makes all the difference. FHB is all of those things and more.”

The song has a nice groove and bass line. The vocals are right on trend for urban music right now. The song features up and coming St. Louis rapper J.R. who adds Midwest swagger to the track. You can stream the new track below and check out the visuals for Regular below:



About Michael Mirrorcle

Pop Music Aficionado, Video Game and Comic Book nerd, Producer/Host of Rushdown Radio, Michael T. Brewer is a passionate journalist who has been a contributing writer for various digital media in Chicago, IL. Currently a student at Harold Washington College pursing a degree in Journalism, Michael continues to sharpen his skills and further expanding his musical repertoire. His diverse musical tastes stems from his childhood. With five older siblings living together during the 90s, his home was filled with music from Nirvana, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah, Anita Baker, No Doubt, Tupac and so many others. Michael has a deep love and admiration for Pop music specifically. Michael is dedicated to perfecting his craft to critique Pop music with an analytical approach and scope that is not synonymous with the genre.
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