Slum Village's Young RJ Denounces the Evils of Social Media on New Song "Huh?!"

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Young RJ by using SoundCloud

Slum Village‘s magic formula weapon, Young RJ, returns to denounce the evils of social media, premiering his new one “Huh?!.” The new banger is a critique of a modern society he feels strips absent the younger generation’s id. Fueled by ominous synths and the mic presence of a seasoned rap activity veteran, the new track sees RJ, who’s developed for the likes of 50 Cent and Tiny Brother, hit well-known conventions correct in the jugular.

“Bank notes, Lambos…Dracos?” RJ raps in the hook, questioning the glamorized depictions of avenue everyday living on social media. According to RJ, the concept for the track–which is developed by himself in conjunction with Daru Jones, who provided drum production–came about from watching the great outdated TL on Instagram. He desires to offer standpoint.

“The track was impressed by watching my timeline on IG and conversing to the homies in the studio about how all people is currently being motivated by social media, actuality Television set and so on,” RJ tells XXL. “Force-feeding details, indoctrinating the youth not to assume for them selves, just imagine what they inform you. My stance is…keep it authentic,” he continues. “They’ll clear away a picture of a stunning naked woman but present a stay murder on mass media, I’m conversing about authentic everyday living, not conversing about blowing somebody’s head off and acting like it’s no effects.”

“Huh?!” is all set to show up on RJ’s forthcoming debut album, BLAQ ROYALT, which is owing out this summer months. From there, the expert rapper-producer is taking his concept international.

“The system is to flood the streets with some vintage tunes, with my album BLAQ ROYALT release this summer months, management is placing up tour for Europe and Africa, then coming again to the states, I’ve been waiting around to do this a long time,” he tells XXL.

You can test out “Huh?!” for yourself beneath.

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