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Review: Yehtrow Lyn – ‘Bright Light, Dark Nights’

by admin August 26, 2020

Review: Yehtrow Lyn – ‘Bright Light, Dark Nights’

A twenty-five-year-old rapper and hip-hop artists from Prattville, Alabama, Yehtrow Lyn’s music is more than just his passion, it’s his undying artform. Crafting his music from his most personal and vulnerable moments, Yehtrow’s melodies flow with emotion, adding a human touch to his typical RnB melodies. Whether for enjoyment or to forge an intimate human connection, his music shines under a spotlight of authenticity, proving that Yehtrow is an artist with a real and unyielding purpose.

Beginning with a light, flickering steam of piano keys and the solitary wail of an electric guitar, ‘Bright Light, Dark Nights’ lulls you into a false sense of security, laying down a gentle, easy melody that is soon shaken to its very core. As Yehtrow’s vocals hit, the track is set ablaze with lashes of visceral wordplay and a paced, aggressive flow, cutting to the quick with a cinematic style and enduring, positive message. Never one to mince words, ‘Bright Light, Dark Nights’ features Yehtrow’s hallmark rap style, one that goes straight to the heart of the matter with unflinching confidence.

Far from your pointless, mainstream single, ‘Bright Light, Dark Nights’ perfectly highlight’s his ten plus years in the industry. As the old adage goes, if you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything, and while this simple fact might catch many aspiring musicians off guard, it’s clearly not the case for Yehtrow. Whether it be in the contrast between the subtle instrumentation and his confident flow, or the rapid-fire bars that forcefully present his message, Yehtrow’s sound is clearly all about authenticity.

A seminal glimpse into the kind of quality present on his recently released ‘Industry Standard’ EP, which is available now on Tidal, Apple Music, Spotify, and more, ‘Bright Light, Dark Nights’ might just be your new favourite anthem.

Score: 8.5/10

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