"Wait" No Longer, Yung Damon! is Here to Turn Up the Heat

The perfect prototype of a go-getter, Yung Damon! is successfully emerging amongst the new wave generation of Hip-hop that we are exposed to as he flaunts his crafty lyrical talent like no other in his class.

Hailing from Savannah, GA, Yung Damon! collaborates with producer extraordinaire Ant Chamberlain to present his most recent single and music video. “Wait,” carries out a colossal soundscape that has the bass categorized in a heavyweight class. Yung Damon! demonstrates his lyrical dexterity in a blistering pool of fully immersive intoxication as he explores the depths of the prevailing poise emitted in a full offering of fluent tonal distinction conveyed. The riveting hues that cast larger-than-life anticipation over us take control as they set the driving tendencies that trickle into the intricate schemes displayed over the beat composition.

He is a heavy hitter in the genre of Hip-hop, Yung Damon! exhibits his techniques as a certified emcee. Through his smoldering verses that explode upon impact, the undeniable style of Yung Damon! allows a refreshing taste of his talents to be digested. The heated visuals that Yung Damon! has released for “Wait” have us sitting on the edge of our sea as they keep us on our toes filled to the brim with anticipation. Neon lights, quick-cut scenes, and cinematic effects allow Yung Damon! to match the intensity of this single in a lively manner.

Before taking in the full sonic and visual expedition of Yung Damon! we urge you to grab a comfy seat and turn your energy levels up all the way. You’re in for a treat.

Congratulations on the release of the single and music video for “Wait.” Could you please take us through the meaning that you have placed into this song?

The whole concept for “Wait” was basically like hey hold up don’t count me out. I’m one of the hardest working independent artists out there.

We love the direction that you went with the music video! Was this always the vision? What was your experience on set?

Thanks!..the vision for the video was definitely bigger but due to the pandemic, I had limitations on the turnout so I just made the best of it.

With each artist being vastly different from one another, what happens to be your favorite part of the creative process?

My favorite part of the creative process is just getting in the studio and catching a vibe. I rap off emotions so my ideas are always whatever my mood is.

If your fan base could remember you by one thing, what would you want it to be?

My consistency.

What's next for you?

Definitely more music, more visuals, and more projects. I just want to continue to grow my fan base and secure a deal.