Hannah Faith IS A #CASIOPRO
Hannah Faith is a London-based music selector, a part of the global Soulection brand and collective who began just over two years ago by experimenting with mixing and blending the songs she came across on the Internet. The now 23 year-old quickly began gaining attention online following her first release, entitled BLOWN; Which featured tracks from such talented producers as Lakim, Ta-ku, J-Louis, and a handful of carefully curated musicians.
What began as a way to share her current tastes and discoveries with fellow music lovers lead to Faith to become internationally renowned for her craft. In only two years, Ms. Faith has seen her uploads quadruple in plays, celebrating a total of 1.5 million plays on Soundcloud and averaging at around 100-200K per mix. Hannah now has a regular radio show on Rinse FM + hosts guest shows on NTS + Boiler Room often.
Faith’s online success has lead to many opportunities, from being featured on Channel 4, Solange Knowles’ Saint Heron, iD Magazine, Clash Magazine, NME & HighSnobiety - to playing across Europe and the US, most notably alongside Swizz Beats in Berlin, and opening for acts such as Willow and Jaden Smith, Kendrick Lamar, Just Blaze and SZA to name a few.
Having recently wrapped filming for an upcoming documentary with Red Bull Music Academy, and playing her second year at Afropunk, Faith continues to create her sets with the same passion that drove her to begin learning how to DJ. Faith’s aim is to share her music worldwide, with each set a nod towards artists she admires that share her values: to be eclectic and fun. She has toured Asia and the US as a headline act. Influenced by iconic figures such as J-Dilla, Pete Rock, Gill Scott Heron, Solange Knowles and of course; Soulection- for Faith, the future is as bright as the atmosphere created by her sets for all that press play. With artists such as Flying Lotus, Chance The Rapper, and Vic Mensa as fans.
Hannah is hungry to continue pursuing a career as a DJ, and she is most certainly one to keep your eyes (and ears) on.