Glassnote Signs 21-Year-Old Huntar

Glassnote Entertainment Group has announced signing 21 year-old Londoner, Huntar, in the U.S. and across North and South America. A vocalist and producer, Huntar’s music delivers a mixture of pop and R&B.

“Huntar is a genre bending artist with a dynamic personality and stage presence,” notes Glassnote President and Founder, Daniel Glass. “His hook-laden songs and uniquely textured production create a rhythmic sound that is unmatched. I am thrilled to welcome this innovative artist to the Glassnote roster."

Christian Tattersfield, Founder of Good Soldier Songs adds, “Huntar is a unique artist who writes huge alternative electronic anthems and combines it with real star quality. We couldn't be more excited to be partnering with Daniel and his incredible team at Glassnote.”

"Glassnote is the most exciting label in America; it's a privilege to join Daniel and his incredible team. I can't wait for our journey together to begin," remarks Huntar.

Huntar released the music video for his latest track “SK1N.” “SK1N” is just one of the various tracks that has propelled his music to one million plus streams and positioned him as a regular on Spotify’s Viral Charts.

Huntar’s debut EP Bitter was released in late 2014, which prompted rapid growth of his online fan base. From there, media outlets like Pigeons and Planes, Noisey, Clash and Neon Gold began to praise his distinctive sound. Huntar’s music has also caught the attention of international music tastemakers such as Beats 1’s Zane Lowe and Jaden Smith, BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Annie Mac as well as KCRW’s Jason Kramer and more.

This past May he was invited to make his debut live performance at the renowned BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend concert event in Norwich. That performance paved the way for his debut headline show at London’s Electrowerkz in August 2015, which sold out in less than 10 days.

Dubbed an “artist to know” in 2016 by Coup De Main, Huntar is currently working on his full length debut album with more new music coming soon.

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