YINYANG is a force to be reckoned with.
The Irish hip-hop riser refuses to bow down to the rules, a brave and singular voice with a punk-like sense of rebellion.
Take her new single. 'Poison Darts / Boyish Charms' is laden with lyrical barbs, while its exuberant sense of colour nods towards M.I.A. and Santigold.
A takedown of certain men in her life, 'Poison Darts / Boyish Charms' is delivered with a snarl of independence.
Following her recent viral single 'Black Mamba', it proves that her potency remains undiminished.
As she puts it: “There’s no cool or deep meaning for the song. I just had a few things to get off my chest, and now I feel much lighter for it...”
Tune in now.
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