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Sleepy Hallow

Sleepy Hallow

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birthday
20th
December, 1999
Birth Sign
sagittarius
Biography

Sleepy Hallow is the alias used by Tegan Joshua Anthony Chambers, a 21-year-old American rapper from Jamaica. Chambers was raised in Brooklyn, New York, where he collaborated with Sheff G. on his first hit, “Flows,” in 2018. He’s known for his involvement in the Brooklyn drill scene, his use of guitar and sounds from across the hip-hop and trap spectrum, and his signature flow.

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instruments played
Vocals
Associated Acts

Eli Fross, Sheff G

Genres

Hip hop
Brooklyn drill

Labels

Winners Circle
RCA

Occupations

Rapper
singer
songwriter

Origin

Brooklyn, New York City, U.S.

Years Active

2017 - present

Sleepy Hallow: A Timeline

Here's a brief rundown of Tegan's life and musical career as Sleepy Hallow.

Sleepy Hallow’s Early Life 

Born on December 20, 1999, Tegan immigrated from Jamaica to the Flatbush section of Brooklyn at a young age. Growing up, he was a fan of rappers like J. Cole, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, and Biggie Smalls, and he took up rapping himself at 12 years old. Before becoming Sleepy Hallow, Tegan was just your average New York schoolkid. He's shared in interviews that he wasn't a troublemaker at school but that he had to serve time in juvenile detention for possession of marijuana at 15 years old. After that charge, Tegan says his life changed. "Ever since that happened, I got more active in the streets, doing whatever with my guys," Tegan said, "[In} school I was declining but still got my diploma which is nice but with a 2.2 GPA. Getting locked up was rough as I had limited freedom but it was a blessing as now I'm rich (sic) than a bitch."

Getting Signed 

Sleepy Hallow got discovered by Junior Galette, who signed him and his friend Sheff G to his record label, Nula Entertainment. The two rappers were on the Nula roster from 2017 to 2018.  After dropping off the Nula Entertainment roster, Sleepy released his debut mixtape, Don't Sleep, in 2019. He followed up that project with another mixtape, Sleepy for President, in 2020.  The latter features the single "Deep End Freestyle" with Fousheé, a minimal hip-hop song that became an international success and went Gold in the US and earned over 85 million streams on Spotify. "Deep End Freestyle" made it to number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100 in June of 2020. Sleepy dropped several other successful singles at this point in his career, including "Don't Panic," "Baddie Betty Boop," and "Anxiety Freestyle." Sleepy Hallow's debut extended play, The Black House, was released via Winners Circle and Empire Records on July 31, 2020. Singles from the EP include "Don't Panic 2," "Somebody," "Different," "Quarantine Boo," and "Perc Talkin." In August of 2020, Sleepy Hallow got a deal with Winners Circle Entertainment, a management company run by Karel Jorge and Jeremy Soto, and major label RCA Records. Once signed, he and Sheff G released the song "Tip Toe," a song that they worked on with producer Great John. 

Sleepy Hallow’s Recent Work 

On June 2, 2021, Sleepy Hallow released his debut album, Still Sleep?, via Empire and Winners Circle. The record made it to number 16 on the Billboard 200 in the US, and it features the single "2055," which went Platinum in the States, as well as "Scrub" and other hits. The album features the same experimental drill styles as many of Sleepy's previous releases,  Produced by Great John and UV Killin Em, "2055" is one of Sleepy Hallow's most successful tracks to date. The song came out on April 14, 2021, and Tegan Chambers is listed as its sole songwriter. The song was accompanied by a music video directed by Aylo and animated by Owen Khang, Akam Hussein Rustam, and Melis Sosa. The video currently has over 35 million videos on YouTube. A remix of "2055" was released on July 28, 2021, featuring Coi Leray.

Guest Appearances

Sleepy has also been featured on numerous songs by other artists, including:
  • "Panic" by Sheff G and Double G
  • "Hurtin" by Sheff G
  • "Automatic" by Sheff G
  • "Addicted to the Cash" by "Sheff G"
  • "Panic 2" and "Panic 3" by Sheff G"
  • "Brazy" by J.I. the Prince of N.Y.
  • "Goat Freestyle" by Eli Fross
  • "Run It Up" by Sheff G and A Boogie wit da Hoodie
In addition, Sleepy has collaborated with the likes of Casper Magico, Skillibeng, Chucky73, and more.

Sleepy On Tour 

Sleepy Hallow's 2021 tour includes stops in numerous American cities, including. Tickets for these shows are on sale now.
  • Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
  • The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD
  • The Underground – Charlotte, NC
  • The Masquerade – Heaven – Atlanta, GA
  • The Echo Lounge and Music Hall – Dallas, TX
  • The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ
  • The Observatory – Santa Ana – CA
  • August Hall – San Francisco, CA
  • The Belasco – Los Angeles, CA
  • House of Blues – San Diego, CA
  • Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
  • Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN
  • Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN
  • Saint Andrew's Hall – Detroit, MI
  • House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
  • Big Night Live – Boston, MA
  • The Paramount – Huntington, NY
  • Toads Place – New Haven, CT
  • Irving Plaza – New York, NY

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