Yung Tory is Toronto’s Favorite ?Rastar

Yung Tory is one of the newest members of Lil Durk’s OTF collective

Yung Tory is one of the newest members of Lil Durk’s OTF collective, but he is definitely not the underdog. His Rastafarian upbringing has tinged his music with a variety of influences, taking inspiration from pop, rock, dancehall, country, and rock. His new project, ?Rastar is set to release on February 22nd. ?

After releasing a series of viral singles in 2018, Yung Tory returns with his full-length album ?Rastar. ? Rastar is a trap album by name, but it’s pop, rock, and reggae influences are what sets this project apart ? from all the other albums out right now. R? astar perfectly encapsulates Yung Tory, with eclectic styles, ? smart punchlines, and unmatched energy that makes the rasta rapper impossible to ignore.

“My Bad” is a pop and dancehall inspired track that’ll have you vibing up in the club all night long. The fun, danceable beat contrasts with vocals reminiscent of the emo-rap that’s taking over the scene today. “My Bad” is the perfect example of Yung Tory’s ability to combine genres and create something that’s unlike anything else in rap.

Yung Tory shows off his versatility on “Rackys,” a grimy track with a bass-heavy beat and effortless vocals that give the album a nice change in pace from the more pop-based tracks. “Rackys” is straight trap, reminding us that Yung Tory can really do anything.

In just a few short years, the Toronto native has made a unique and unparalleled mark on the industry, and there are no signs of him slowing down. With features from the likes of Fetty Wap, UnoTheActivist, and Valee lending their hand on Yung Tory’s singular stylings, R?astar is sure to live up to the hype. ?

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