Yung Lean, the 17 year old rapper out of Stockholm known for his slurred echo filled vocals or “Sad Rap” style has one of the most fitting names in music. Exploding on the internet after his “Kyoto” music video garnered over 2 million views, Yung Lean has come a long way performing and recording with his Sad Boys crew. The rapper has been making waves in the US lately with the announcement of a short North American tour and a feature in The New York Times. “Recharge,” Yung Lean‘s latest track, features vocals from Baba Stiltz and boasts a plethora of memorable lines like “ocean water for breakfast” and “upload all my sorrow.” Keep on the look out for Yung Lean‘s studio debut LP Unknown Memories, slated for release later this year.
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