Yung T puts up an explosive performance on “WATS (We Ain’t The $ame).”
3. SMOKE IN THE WEST
Yung T holds zero back on “Smoke In The West.”
You can tell that Yung T was locked in when he made “Smoke In The West.” On the track, he hurls out his bars using flows that are so devout, your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper will probably bow down to him. As for lyrically, you’re going to love how the up-and-coming MC talks about welcoming all-kinds of smoke — we’re talking weed, hot-ass women, and beef.
Yung T’s confidence on “Smoke In The West” is on 1000.
2. LIES OF WHO YOU WERE
“Lies Of Who You Were” features everything: We’re talking a bass booming beat, a highly infectious melody, and flows that are impregnable.
“Lies Of Who You Were” is one of the tracks on WATS that will show you how versatile Yung T is. On it, he finds a way to gift us with something that you can bump in the club, something that can end up on Spotify’s Mellow Bars playlist, and something that has kill-a-rapper vibes attached to it.
1. ON MY MIND
Do you know what I absolutely love? When a rapper opens up a project with a tough-ass track. “On My Mind,” the first track on WATS, is so tough, you can’t even scrape it with brillo pads.
From the moment you press play on “On My Mind,” you will bop your head violently to the song’s beat. As it plays on, you will be enamored by the cool, calm, and collected demeanor that Yung T raps with. You will also be enamored by the unflappable flows and trill lyrics that he gifts us with on the song.
If you didn’t learn lessons on how to boss up and get your playa on while listening to “On My Mind,” you weren’t listening hard enough.
SONG BY SONG BREAKDOWN
1. ON MY MIND (4.5/5)
2. SMOKE IN THE WEST (3.5/5)
3. LUST IN TRUST (3.5/5)
4. LIES OF WHO YOU WERE (4/5)
5. CHANGED LOCATIONS (3.5/5)
6. STAND TALL (3/5)
On his Instagram page, Yung T proudly boasts that he is unsigned… Hip-hop executives worldwide, why is Yung T still unsigned? Just by listening to the short but sweet WATS, you can tell that he is more than capable of creating killer punchlines, riding beats, and also developing melodies that are beyond memorable. You will also love his confidence and the fact that he talks about real-ass s**t in his music. So once again, music executives, WHY ISN’T YUNG T signed yet!?
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.