“I’ve been a fan of Mir Fontane and WAV for a while and I had this beat where I knew they would fit in perfectly,” Ruchir explains to HipHopDX. “So I got WAV on the verse and the whole thing sounded like a vibe — top down on the coupe, the shit you blast when you’re chilling. I wanted to get different types of artists on it to make it a complete experience.”
Ruchir continues, “I got a lyrical melody-based rapper like Mir who killed his verse and Croosh who killed it with some angelic, wavy vocals. When I finally finished the record, the whole thing sounded like a combination of so many different worlds coming together, which is really what I’m about — bringing worlds together and making vibe-y music.”
“Yung N Poppin” comes from a soon-to-be-released untitled project.
Check out the track up top.