Some discovered Hatik in the role of Clément Aka Apache in Franck Gastambide’s series “Validé.” In reality, the rapper has been active in the industry for years. Working intensely and determinedly, he initially appeared on the Daymolition channel with his freestyles “Chaise pliante.” He then released eponymous mixtapes before transitioning into stardom. Always conceptual in his projects but more open, he let his mind drift towards content that is less rap-oriented and more pop-infused. The artist announces his return with the project “La vie de Tyler.” In this context, he unveils the track “Jungle”: a true return to his roots.
Hatik emerges from the “Jungle”!
Stylistic effect and authentic rap, that’s the curious mix that animates this “Jungle” of Hatik. The instrumental composition is signed by Medeline and Neva, a member of Katrina Squad. On Medeline‘s list of achievements, you’ll also find hardcore rappers, the cream of French rap like Youssoupha, for whom the beatmaker duo composed “Mon Roi,” but also Georgio with his “Brûle.” Hatik and Medeline collaborated on the soundtrack of “Validé” with the track “Prison pour Mineurs.” Neva from Katrina Squad is no stranger to this, collaborating extensively with SCH and PLK. The track is pure, simple but effective, highlighting Hatik‘s flow.
This is the school of rap with “Jungle.” Hatik launches his caustic lyrics surging over a classic instrumental composition. The effect is sought after by the artist from the instrumental composition to the music video directed by REAL MRV. A rendering in 1:1, in square format, as conceptual as the rapper’s previous projects. Hatik and SCH share a common point: all facets of their works, visual, composition, flow, contribute to a unified artistic endeavor. Nothing is left to chance. REAL MRV has been collaborating extensively with Tayc lately. He accompanied him to the Weloveyafestival.