Kenif Muse - Ya Tu Sabe [New Song]

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Listen to a new track from South Jersey's Kenif Muse: "Ya Tu Sabe."

Making his HNHH debut tonight is the forward-thinking South Jersey artist known as Kenif Muse. When he's not busy engineering for fellow Jersey upstarts like Mir Fontane, Muse is cooking up bangers of his own, making use of a melodic flow that allows him to grab elements of trap and R&B in the same song. His latest track is titled "Ya Tu Sabe," and it's produced by Infamous Rell, who's been creating a buzz for himself right next-door in Philly. 

Rell lends a backdrop of haunting piano trap, and Muse rides the beat confidently and steadily. He can slow it down and still retain control due to his melodic skill, but he can also ramp up the energy and drop off a surprise slew of stinging punchlines. Lastly, he can even kick a little Spanish game. After hearing "Ya Tu Sabe," what are your thoughts on the combo of Muse and Rell? 

Quotable Lyrics 

I come through and stunt now 
You know this shit ain't no game to me
Ride around with my migos 
We don't ever trust you people 

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Ya Tu Sabe

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Listen to a new track from South Jersey's Kenif Muse: "Ya Tu Sabe."


Making his HNHH debut tonight is the forward-thinking South Jersey artist known as Kenif Muse. When he's not busy engineering for fellow Jersey upstarts like Mir Fontane, Muse is cooking up bangers of his own, making use of a melodic flow that allows him to grab elements of trap and R&B in the same song. His latest track is titled "Ya Tu Sabe," and it's produced by Infamous Rell, who's been creating a buzz for himself right next-door in Philly. 

Rell lends a backdrop of haunting piano trap, and Muse rides the beat confidently and steadily. He can slow it down and still retain control due to his melodic skill, but he can also ramp up the energy and drop off a surprise slew of stinging punchlines. Lastly, he can even kick a little Spanish game. After hearing "Ya Tu Sabe," what are your thoughts on the combo of Muse and Rell? 

Quotable Lyrics 

I come through and stunt now 
You know this shit ain't no game to me
Ride around with my migos 
We don't ever trust you people 

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