Learning Curve

Album: yet to be titled (2021)
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  • This song finds Aitch outlining lessons learned since he dropped his 2018 breakthrough single "Daily Duppy." He told Apple Music: "There are probably a few things that I would tell myself back then. I would say: 'Keep doing you, be yourself and work harder.'"
  • Aitch has matured as a rapper; he admits that when he started out, some of his rhymes went too far.

    Stepped on the mic' on nothin' but wooshings, fill it with shells, get peppered

    The Manchester rhymer told Apple Music when he looks back at his old self, "Sometimes, I think, 'Wow, I don't even spit like that anymore - I was colder back then!' Other times, it's 'Why did you say that? That was terrible.' But you live and you learn."
  • There is plenty of flexing by Aitch about the fruits of his success, including:

    Driving expensive cars, such as a Range Rover.
    Just copped new seats for the Range, don't worry, your girlfriend nice and comfy

    Luxury items, including a Burberry bag for him and a Hermès Birkin bag for his girl.
    Two bags in the boot, mine's Burb's and the Birkin's hers

    And Aitch's success with women. He highlights his love for curvy girls during his rhymes.
    Thick thighs with the loveliest shape, ain't judging the weight 'cause I like 'em fluffy

    Aitch also embraces females with various body shapes in the "'Learning Curve" artwork and video. Hitting out at the trolls that wanted slim girls in the visual, the rapper wrote on Instagram: "All the man hating on the girls on my new post are iiiiidiots. First of all you could never even come near these girls, they don't want you. They're too leng for you."
  • Aitch's go-to producer, Whyjay, came up with the synth-heavy production along with LiTek and Rndm. Whyjay's other Aitch beats include the ones for "Daily Duppy" and "Taste (Make It Shake)."


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