Yeat is easily one of the biggest artists of the underground right now. Overall, you could probably make the argument that he actually isn't so underground anymore. Instead, he is one of the best new artists out, who continues to attract big features. For instance, he just dropped a song called "My Wrist" with Young Thug. That is a huge look for Yeat, especially given everything that has taken place as of late. At this point, the artist is ready to explode into the mainstream, and fans are taking notice.
It is believed that Yeat is readying yet another new album. He has been extremely consistent over these past few years. He is constantly dropping something new, and it has been very fun to watch. However, it remains to be seen whether or not this album will actually be released within the month. Some believe it will, although that has yet to be confirmed. Instead, we have just gotten a whole plethora of snippets, including the three below.
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Yeat Does It Again
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These new snippets come to us courtesy of Our Generation Music. As you will hear, the first snippet has some vocals from the likes of Siri. Moreover, we get a sad and somber guitar-driven track with the second of these new snippets. Lastly, the third song gets even more experimental with a new flow from the artist. Overall, Yeat has been working on showcasing new sounds and vocal inflections. This has gone over well with his fans, and these snippets are another indication of his progress as an artist.
Hopefully, these new snippets mean that a fresh album is imminent. We're sure a lot of fans would love to hear it. In the meantime, let us know your thoughts on these new songs, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news from around the music world. We will always keep you informed.
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