YUNGEN CONTINUES HIS STRING OF RELEASES WITH HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SMASH INTIMATE FEAT. CRAIG DAVID

Leading into his highly anticipated new project, Yungen is back, this time in collaboration with the one-and-only Craig David,for their phenomenal collaboration “Intimate”. After the release of his first track Pricey Feat. One Acen, the Platinum-Selling Rapper is back again to please fans with an insight into the strong array of tracks he has to offer.

 

First meeting his self proclaimed ‘idol’ Craig David at the 2017 Jingle Bell Ball, Yungen and Craig hit it off from the start. “Meeting Craig for the first time was abit surreal, I’ve been a Craig David fan from a kid! So to finally meet him and him say he’s a fan was a crazing feeling.” 

The second single to come from the project explores the more R&B side of the rapper, as we hear him subtly woo’ing a girl over the ADP produced beat, layered with Craig David’s undeniable hook throwing back to tracks that Yungen so fondly grew up on; showing off Craig David’s own ability to be an intergenerational artist and Yungen’s versatility as an artist, from rap to R&B.

Yungen is building up to a 360° showcase of his journey over the last four years with a project highlighting his vast range of artistic ability; proving he can produce the more pop commercial Rap we’ve heard him create with tracks ‘Mind On It’ and ‘Bestie’, as well as the more raw, UK street Rap that he started with back in the day when he was producing with the likes of Stormzy, Krept & Konan and Sneakbo on ‘Project Black & Red’.

Maintaining his domination of UK rap’s commercial space, the South Londoner showcases effortless charm and witty punch lines that drive home his maturity and rise through the ranks of the UK undergrounds hierarchy.

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From grafting in his earliest freestyles on SBTV, Link Up & GRM, to now conquering the charts, being nominated for a MOBOand performing at this year’s Capital Summer Time Ball!

YUNGEN SOCIALS:

Instagram - @ForeverYungs | Twitter - @YungenPlayDit

musicTom Kembery