Young Jimmy Bites Back With Deluxe Single ‘Pull Up To The Party’

An igniting listen from the New York native...

Young Jimmy is picking up the pace with deluxe single ‘Pull Up To The Party’.

The track is a fiery subversion for the New-York artist, carving a distinct sound that he, himself has coined ‘hood rock’. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Rage Against The Machine, H09909, King Krule, and Yves Tumor, ‘Pull Up To The Party’ plunges into metallic riffs, big drums and biting bars.

Bridging the gap between rap and rock music, the single re-imagines its original, trap-leaning production as a more hard-hitting and versatile moment in Jimmy’s career. Raised in The Bronx, the riser is redirecting his focus towards the origins of rock’n’roll, a story that emerges from African American culture. 2021’s debut studio album ‘Rocket 88’ sheds a spotlight on the genre’s roots, titled after Ike Turner and his Kings of Rhythm’s igniting #1 hit,  widely acknowledged as the first of its kind.

Set to release a deluxe version of the project, Jimmy will be merging forces with Grammy-award winning vocalist Kendra Foster on upcoming track ‘No Racist,’ a charged anthem of protest and justice.

‘Pull Up To The Party’ is an exciting venture for Young Jimmy, pushing his artistic flair to new heights.

He comments: “The track is a HOOD ROCK party/ club anthem about pulling up to the club in a dope ride and in your best drip with a few bad bitchesI also had to call out artists – or just people in general – who describe themselves as “Rock Stars” and wear band t-shirts of musicians they don’t listen to.”

Tune in now.

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