The duo's main repertoire is characterized by tight lyricism and forthright braggadocio, but "Holy Grail" is relatively tame.
On the silky smooth "Holy Grail," Jay Storm and Sho-Biz of Da Youngfellaz sound confident and collected.
While both artists are New York-bred, the duo's latest single is as lustrous as any West Coast track. It's clear that despite their loyalty to the Big Apple, Da Youngfellaz aren't afraid to expand outside of NYC's traditional soundscape. Perhaps their versatile sound is why — despite how inconspicuous they may be to mainstream audiences — they've worked with some of the country's most successful artists. The duo has collaborated with everyone from Talib Kweli and Snoop Dogg to Nipsey Hussle and eclectic funk singer George Clinton.
Holy Grail (feat. Breana Marin)
While Da Youngfellaz's main repertoire is characterized by tight lyricism and forthright braggadocio, "Holy Grail" is relatively tame, with Breana Marin's smooth vocals gently carrying the track, as Sho-Biz and Storm reminisce on the love they used to have before fame set in. As Da Youngfellaz expand their sound, their latest single solidifies them as artists to watch. Check out the track above, and be sure to watch their performance on Popdust Presents.
Mackenzie Cummings-Grady is a creative writer who resides in the Brooklyn area. Mackenzie's work has previously appeared in The Boston Globe, Billboard, and Metropolis Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @mjcummingsgrady.
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