|Birth name||Hakeem Steele Lewis|
|Also known as||Hak Hak|
|Born||June 23, 1994|
New York City, New York, United States
Hakeem Steele Lewis (born June 23, 1994), known professionally as Hak, is an American rapper, singer, record producer, songwriter and music video director from New York City, New York. He is best known for once being a member of the hip hop group Ratking. Lewis later left Ratking in 2016 and released his debut solo album, June, the same year.
Hak began his musical career in 2011 as a member of the New York City hip hop group Ratking with rapper Wiki and rapper-producer Sporting Life. Hak released one studio album, So It Goes (2014), and two extended plays, Wiki93 (2012) and 700-Fill (2015), with Ratking before announcing his departure from the group on June 21, 2016. He did not cite ill feelings towards Wiki or Sporting Life, but did state the reason for his departure was feeling like he was being left out of the group and wanting to branch out into new possibilities with his music and art. His debut studio album June was released on June 23, 2016.
|So It Goes
As lead artist
As featured artist
(Charles Murdoch featuring Ta-ku, Wafia, and Hak)
|"Octopus" (Remix)||2012||King Krule, Wiki||N/A|
|"Fuk No Sheneka"||2013||Lofty305, Snob Mob||Ward, Pt. 1|
|"We Them Boys"||Skrillex, Clams Casino, Kelela||N/A|
|"Hit the L"||Wiki||Lil Me|
|"Sunday School Dropout"|
- "Frogs (feat. Ta-ku, Wafia & Hak) - Single by Charles Murdoch". iTunes. Retrieved September 4, 2016.