Артист: Yung Lean Название: Frost God Жанр: Rap Год выхода: 2016 О музыке:
Tracklist Yung Lean–Back at It
Yung Lean–Hop Out (feat. Luckaleannn)
Yung Lean–Hennessy & Sailor Moon (feat. Bladee)
Yung Lean–Cashin (feat. Adamn Killa)
Yung Lean–Crystal City (feat. A$AP Ferg)
Yung Lean–Head 2 Toe (feat. Bladee)
Yung Lean–Get It Back
Jonatan Leandoer Hstad (born 18 July 1996), better known by his stage name Yung Lean, is a Swedish rapper from Stockholm. Yung Lean
released his debut mixtape in 2013 (entitled Unknown Death 2002) and multiple singles to YouTube under his label Sad Boys Entertainment, including
"Ginseng Strip 2002", "Kyoto", and "Yoshi City".Lean released his debut album Unknown Memory during the late summer of 2014 following a two-month long
American tour. Lean released his second studio album Warlord on 25 February 2016. Yung Lean began to attract public attention in 2013 when the music
video for his track "Ginseng Strip 2002" went viral, succeeding over 2 million views on YouTube. That same year, he put out his first official
releases; Unknown Death 2002 and an EP titled Lavender which includes the track "Ginseng Strip 2002" along with other songs that Yung Lean felt worthy
for a wide release, but didn't feel "fit" on the Unknown Death 2002 mixtape. Consequence of Sound placed "Ginseng Strip 2002", Yung Lean’s song
off of the Lavender EP, at number 44 on their "Top 50 Songs of 2013", while Vibe included the Unknown Death 2002 mixtape in their "The 10 Most
Overlooked Debut Rap Mixtapes of 2013", describing it as "a natural progression from the freely associative, often nonsensical rhymes of Lil' B
with a keener sense of melody".
In 2013, Yung Lean and Sad Boys, toured through Europe. Later that same year, Acclaim Magazine had Yung Lean as their guest for a Q&A "smalltalk"
segment, where they asked him about a wide variety of miscellaneous things, including his favourite hangover cure and his desktop wallpaper.
Yung Lean on the Black Marble Tour in Palisades in Brooklyn (July 2014)
In 2014, Yung Lean and Sad Boys embarked on the White Marble Tour, playing in 24 cities across Europe. Shortly after the conclusion of this tour Sad
Boys announced a further Black Marble Tour, which would include several performances in cities across North America. The first of these shows took
place in July at the Webster Hall in New York City, and was well received by writers for publications such as XXL, and The New York Times