FYUTCH returns with "Living In The Darkness." Knee-deep in religious allegory and symbolism, the single finds the our narrator contemplating good and evil, and questioning the existence of a hell. In other words, it's the rare hip-hop song that manages to provoke thought in listeners from all walks of life--an intensely relatable song that's guaranteed to build some buzz for this Nashville up-and-comer.
"Living In Darkness" is the first track off FYUTCH's SoundCloud Sessions Vol. 2, which drops next week.
Stay tuned to HNHH for more from FYUTCH (pronounced Fuetch, by the way) as he continues to grow as an artist. Be sure to follow him on Twitter as well for all of the latest updates.
Review the 7 deadly sins
I recalled a couple times; I committed all of them
Well not murdered, 'cause I killed a friendship
Adultery with his woman so we never spoke again
Growing up I felt filthy
Kept a lot of secrets--felt so guilty
Sit in the church pews to ask for forgiveness
With a high probability to repeat offenses