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  • Posted on 08/08/2018 in Entertainment

    Young Nudy, on damn-near everything

    Young Nudy, on damn-near everything

    It’s fun as hell to be a Young Nudy fan mostly because, when he raps, it’s feels he’s talking shit with a best friend, or maybe even you. Since the release of his debut tape, 2016’s Slimeball, he’s been fine-tuning this conversational, just-tempered-enough and cheekily mischievous delivery through which he shares tales of his East Atlanta life and upbringing (“Judge Scott Convicted”), never compromising (“Nun Like This”), and homages to home (“EA”). He’s got a subdued sense of humor about him, a trait that really shines through on tracks featuring production from day zero collaborator Pi’erre Bourne,whose other-worldly, animated beats have served as the perfect foundation and springboard for the 25 year old’s no-frills-with-a-wink storytelling.

    It’s a total vision that came to life on Slimeball 2, Nudy’s 2017 sophomore tape. The project is the moment he describes as, “When I started finding myself with my voice and shit,” a memorable milestone on a musical journey that officially began back in 2015, when his cousin 21 Savage encouraged him to hop on his track “Air It Out.” Since then, Nudy’s jumped into music full-time; his most recent project, last fall’s Nudy Land, was his most widely received to date and his most emotional. “[Nudy Land] is my own little world, me, my feelings, whether a bitch done broke my heart, like with ‘No Clue.’ I just be expressing myself. Nudy Land is me expressing my feelings.”

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