Yung Nak Brings Hip Hop And Trap To The Crook Echo Residency
LOS ANGELES, CA-
“…Opening for Crook on this evening was an act that also caught me by surprise: Yung Nak. I came to the venue expecting to step into some atmospheric soundscapes, but kicking off the evening was a hip-hop/trap artist that was more booty shaking (literally … he had someone from the audience come up on stage to shake their bonbons) than mind-melding.
Thought it was a departure of what was anticipated, I can’t deny that I enjoyed the set. Humble and truly grateful for the opportunity to perform in front of a crowd, Yung Nak was hyped from the get-go, even for the relatively small early evening crowd. He even shared his time on stage with a young girl to rap alongside him, and their pairing seemed to be an organic and fun fit.
He spoke briefly about some loss in his life, but insofar as I wasn’t familiar with him or his backstory, it was a bit hard for me to know what he was exactly speaking on. I tried to do a little online sleuthing I don’t know much about Yung Nak (or his young guest) and couldn’t find much (translation= anything) about either of them, so if you’ve got any leads, feel free to let us know so we can link them to this post…”
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