Phantom’s Hanhae reveals the most difficult part that he had to face with regards to his comeback.
On a recent interview with International bnt, Hanhae talks about his two new tracks “I Used To” and “Fill It Up.”
He reveals, “The most difficult part regarding this comeback was that it was too hard to appease Brand New Music. I prepared many songs, however, the label turned all of them down. As the creator of the songs, I could not help the want to get my music out, which is why it was frustrating and limiting, not being able to do so.”
With regards to the kind of music that he would like to make, he reveals, “I don’t believe that my music is simply for my own pleasure or experimentation. I think that I try to make music which reaches out to the general public. However, a lot of people react to it. That is because I do not have the skills and the experience I want just yet.”
The rapper also talks about his appearance on “Show Me the Money 4” by saying, “Back then, I was scared to share my music with others. However, these days, I have a great time meeting up with fellow musicians and having discussions regarding each our music. ‘Show Me the Money 4’ played a huge part in the person that I am today. After the show, I gained a lot of confidence and I got better at my music. Thinking back, I am very thankful for the show.”
Watch Hanhae’s “I Used To” below!