Xperience Sessions With HRVY

RJ Rohit caught up with HRVY, an English singer and television personality. He appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2020 after serving as a presenter on Friday Download on CBBC from 2014 to 2015.

With the release of his debut single, ‘Thank You’ on 20th December 2013, HRVY’s musical career officially got underway. He and the girl group M.O. supported Little Mix on their Salute Tour in May 2014. In February 2017, shortly after joining Virgin EMI, he released his first EP, ‘Holiday’, which included the singles ‘Holiday’ and ‘Phobia’. HRVY released the ‘Talk to Ya’ EP, which featured the single ‘Personal’, in November 2017.

I think about how we fit together musically': HRVY
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Along with Jacob Sartorius, New Hope Club, Maggie Lindemann and Conor Maynard, he supported The Vamps on their Night and Day Tour in April 2018.

His single ‘Hasta Luego,’ which features Cuban-American singer Malú Trevejo, was released on 25th April, 2018. In August 2018, he was nominated for his first Brazilian Awards in the category for International New Artist.

Alongside Rex Orange County, Brockhampton and SG Lewis, he was ranked sixth in The Sounds of 2018 by The Courier and Newcastle Student Radio in February 2018.

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He released ‘I Wish You Were Here’ in September 2018; it was promoted with a performance at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards. At the same time, HRVY was also included on the BBC Radio 1 Brit List.

He worked with the SM Entertainment-affiliated South Korean band NCT Dream in June 2019. On 6th June, 2019, the song ‘Don’t Need Your Love’ was made public. ‘Can Anybody Hear Me?’, HRVY’s debut studio album, was supposed to be released on 20th November, 2020, but he postponed it since he didn’t think the time was appropriate.

English singer HRVY: Now, touring internationally will be hard, but I hope  2022 would be normal - Hindustan Times
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He released the song ‘Runaway With It’ in 2021, which features a sample of Shanice Knox’s smash record from 1991, ‘I Love Your Smile’.

‘Views from the 23rd Floor’, his third extended play, was released in 2022 to commemorate his 23rd birthday. Before the EP, the two songs ‘Talking to the Stars’ and ‘Golden Hour’ were made public.

RJ Rohit had a chat with HRVY about his new track, ‘I Wish I Could Hate You’. Check it out below!