Babygrande Records has welcomed the newest artist to its roster — The Yutes. To coincide with the announcement, the Jamaican duo has dropped a video for “Don’t Blow My High.” Produced by D-errick, the song also features fellow rapper Operator and meshes well with the Cricket-directed visual.

Hailing from Kingston, The Yutes (Jamaican Patois slang for “The Youth”) consists of brothers Santris and ChrisNI, who seamlessly combine their Jamaican dancehall and reggae influence with modern day trap music.

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Santris and ChrisNI are the sons of Jamaican dancehall legend Mr. Lexx. As teenagers, they moved to the United States to pursue music full-time and have since gained notoriety with a handful of singles, including “Swervin” and “Push.”

They also received traction with “Trap Don Dadas,” which was featured on the A3C Volume 7 Compilation. At this year’s SXSW Festival, The Yutes shared the stage with J.I.D, Flipp Dinero, DaBaby, Reason, Drako, Lightskin Keisha and Valee, among others.

Watch the “Don’t Blow My High” video above and cop the single here.