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Published on May 19th, 2020 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson


Seddy Hendrinx – B.H.D. (Black Hearted Demon)

Generation Now / Atlantic Records artist Seddy Hendrinx released his anticipated project today, BHD (Black Hearted Demon) which is available now on all streaming services HERE. In addition to the music release, Seddy teamed up with Lyrical Lemonade to premiere the video for his standout single; “Hands Down”. Produced by multi-platinum hitmakers Don Cannon, Cheeze Beatz, M16 and more, BHD features 6 melodic new tracks which Seddy Hendrinx eloquently describes as soulful, reality, street music. The Florida native paints a vivid lyrical soundscape with each song, effortlessly swerving between Hip Hop and R&B lanes. The trap sensibility of “We Got Em In” featuring OMB Peezy is equally matched with the introspective nature of “Pimpin Wit Nip,” an ode to West Coast pioneer Nipsey Hussle.

BHD is an extension of Seddy Hendrinx’s previous releases where pain and growth were prominent themes. “Each project is a reflection of my artistic evolution,” proclaims Seddy. “I’m more in tune with myself now which means more honest lyrics that’ll make people understand my journey. This music evokes a lot of different emotions, you might even shed a tear after hearing certain songs.” BHD is available on all platforms.


Jacksonville, Florida native Seddy Hendrinx exercises raw emotion in each verse and every hook. Despite professing fandom for Tupac, Lauryn Hill, Andr​é​ 3000, DMX, Future, and Erykah Badu, rap never seemed like an option until he witnessed the murder of his best friend Johnell in 2016. Gunned down at a party, Johnell’s last words struck a chord with Seddy, ​“Ball out for me​.” Upholding a promise to do so, he tried his hand at an unofficial remix of Bryson Tiller’s “Remember,” and it caught fire on Soundcloud. He dropped ​The Roots​ mixtape in 2017 followed by the ​Just Cause ​EP and 2018’s ​Death B4 Dishonor: Loyalty Over Everything​.

Joining forces with Florida Boy Entertainment, Generation Now, and Atlantic Records, he made mainstream waves on the 2019 single “Lowkey.” Over a sultry throwback R&B beat, he slides from airy freestyled verses into a slick secretive admission. Most importantly, the track set the stage for Roots 2​ mixtape and a lot more ​“street soulful, real deal, pain music.” Seddy Hendrinx kickstarted 2020 with a prolific feature on 1800 Seconds Vol. 2, a compilation album curated by platinum superstar Future, showcasing the hottest rising stars from around the country. With his eyes set on longevity, Seddy’s voice will resonate with audiences for years to come.

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