Peruvian-born and Carolina-raised, Hirow began their career with the hard rock act 'As Temples Collide' touring widely and landing features in Alternative Press and Revolver. Since leaving the group, they began crafting beats, singing, and rapping under the name Hirow.
industrial hip-hop with tangents of soulful rhythm and blues tunes. The consistencies of the beats amplify or distort the vocals, displaying Hirow’s cohesive yet experimental style.' -Charleston City Paper
'“joy ride” is ominous from the start, opening with layers of distortion and eerie, moaning vocals. A quick beat drops, and Hirow begins to rap against the textured noise, keeping a stilted-yet-steady pace...it show’s Hirow’s ability to pair complex sound and production choices with stirring lyricism and creative delivery' -ExtraChill.com