Lean Low dropped a triple threat of singles this year. The first was ‘Tigris’ - a fusion of hip hop and electronic music, followed up by ‘Boosted Betty’, a collaboration with the rising rapper Raheim Supreme, and now ‘Hands On A Hardbody’.

Inspired by the 1997 film of the same name, Hands On A Hardbody documents an endurance competition that took place in Longview, Texas. The yearly competition pits twenty-four contestants against each other to see who can keep their hand on a pickup truck for the longest amount of time. Whoever endures the longest without leaning on the truck or squatting wins the truck. Five-minute breaks are issued every hour, and fifteen-minute breaks every six hours. The documentary follows the 1995 competition which lasted for seventy-seven continuous hours. Madness.

The track is now out on all digital platforms, and you can listen to/watch the video for Hands On A Hardbody HERE.