HEATH 240 and DANIEL PRICE, “Chirp”
He can rap and sing, and his style comes off as streetwise but fresh. Meet Boston’s Heath 240 and his new single “Chirp”, which follows up his full album release from last year called The Hometown Hero. The song looks on the brighter side of life when you need to move on to bigger, better surroundings, away from the haters, so you leave the nest and wash away that chirping to create your own path. This is clever, creative hip hop flavoured indie alt.rock, which contracts Heath 240’s gruffer tones with Daniel Price’s dreamier pop flavours that are offered later in the song. “Chirp” is instantly likeable and will appeal to fans of crossovers such as 24Goldn’s “Mood” and Gym Class Heroes/Travie McCoy.