A-Trak & YehMe2, Formerly of Flosstradamus, Release Joint EP: Listen
It's been about a year since Josh Young left Flosstradamus and embarked on his hyphy solo project YehMeh2. He's really embraced his freedom, but he hasn't given up on collaborations. He actually has been working on some sick, genre-defying tunes with mix master A-Trak, and today, we're all treated to three tunes in the form of the Skat Men EP.
It opens with "Neo Wokyo," a playful dance floor spin on Brahms' "Hungarian Dance No. 5," performed by plucky skatters and fleshed out with funky sirens and a kick-ass house beat. Follow that with more strange mouth-noise dopeness on the super illin' "Take Me 2 The Barbershop" featuring Wuki, and close it all with a preview of "Prayer Hands," yet another dope track with definitely the funkiest scatting of all.
Skat Men is a free EP, which you can listen to in full below. It's also been paired with a joint tour that'll bring A-Trak and YehMe2 to Austin, Houston, Dallas and Tampa, Fl. throughout February. You can cop tickets to the shows online.
"Prayer Hands" is just a preview because I'm not sure if you're ready for the shaman sacred prayer beats by way of macarena... Or are you??? ------♂️ https://t.co/DgvYFawO7A— Freekey Tzatzikey -- (@atrak) February 1, 2018
I mean Neo Yokyo. But ours is Neo Wokyo. You know what I mean. Stay woke.— Freekey Tzatzikey -- (@atrak) February 1, 2018