Scottish experimental hip hop outfit Young Fathers have some new visuals out for the track “I Heard,” which is one of the many cuts to be released on their next project, TAPE TWO. This sophomore album of theirs is looking at a June 11th release on Anticon Records.
The group also released the album-track “Mr. Martyr” recently as well. Click here to give a listen, and check a review of TAPE ONE below:
The experimental hip hop outfit Young Fathers drops a ballad that features some quiet bars and some soulful vocals via the track “I Heard.” The song is set for release on the group’s next album, TAPE TWO, which is looking at a June 11th release on Anticon. Enjoy!
Rap group Young Fathers is finally back with some new tunes after their great mixtape, Tape One.
On “The Guide” they are bringing their mysterious flair and unique style to a brilliant new level. They use a entrancing beat that just circles around in your head forever, or so it feels. What they do to further this effect is with the first MC using whisper quiet vocals that just adds this atmosphere in a hip-hop song that I’ve never felt before. It is unbelievable how much shifting the tone of your voice down can effect the mood of a song, it’s especially apparent when the other MC increases the volume with his voice, which creates a clear tension in the song. Young Fathers continues to impress in every aspect of their craft.
Check a review of TAPE ONE right here:
The UK’s Young Fathers have dropped some visuals for their reggae-infused track “Romance,” which came off the group’s recently reissued TAPE ONE. I reviewed it a while back very positively, and I’m still convinced it rules, but I’m patiently waiting to hear some kind of followup–especially since they’re now on Anticon!
UK trio Young Fathers drops a new track via its YouTube channel, heading further in the direction charted by Tape One, which I gave a glowing review to earlier this year. “Way Down In the Hole” features a shimmering, soulful into that quickly durns into something dark and dirty just before a few icy rap verses come into play. Lots of intensity and character.
For a group that states “nothing is original” in its first music video, Young Fathers certainly is, well, original. Of course I know the point the UK trio–uh, I think it’s a trio–is trying to make. Still, the blend of hip hop, African music, lo-fi, noise, and electronics the group brings together feels really fresh–not to mention each member showcases some pretty great flows and lyrics.
Check out the group’s video for the track “Rumbling” below, and stream Tape One above. It’s downloadable here, too.
Video: Young Fathers- “Rumbling”