Get To Know Powfu, The Emerging Artist Behind the Viral Hit “Deathbed (coffee for your head)”
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (if you don’t have a decision) for the better part of the past year, you’ve probably heard the haunting hit song “Deathbed (Coffee for Your Head)”. Whether it was on radio, YouTube, SoundCloud or Tickcock, the song’s overwhelming viral status attracted the attention of listeners around the world.
We are definitely listening to this song on repeat and wanted to know more about the sounds behind this super catchy yet slightly dark song. Enter Powfu And Beabadoobee.
like very much Billy ellish, Popu (born) Isaiah Farber) Grew up in a musical family and started making music as a teenager in the comfort of his home. After discovering his identity within the lo-fi genre — he described a genre that, with laughter, e! As “Homemade, Cheap Sounding Music” the news started uploading their favorites to SoundCloud. And once “Deathbed” became a hit on the Internet, the rest was history.
By the time Farb cooked at the age of 21, the rapper had released his debut EP. Poems of the past, And a taste of viral success as he feels as he quarantines at his home in Canada through the COVID-19 epidemic, a unique experience for a new artist skyrocketing to fame.
“This is my first time flying, I think, so it’s like I don’t have full experience yet in terms of playing shows and going around the world and meeting fans,” Farber exclusively tells E! news. “But it’s so cool that I just built that left.”
Continue reading to learn about the rise of this new artist (and which celebs have slide into their DMs).