After spending five years working on their own projects, Suicideyear and Yung Lean have linked up once again for the new single "Spider Feet." Having initially worked together on the Swedish rapper's breakout single "Hurt," the two are back together as they reconnect for a new release. Producer Suicideyear has been quiet since releasing his Hate Songs EP last year with this marking his first drop in nearly a year. The Baton Rouge producer has been putting his own spin on a typical rap and electronic sound for a minute with his melancholic vibes coming through via some stellar work on "Spider Feet."
As always, Yung Lean does his thing, casually flowing over the track and representing his Sad Boys in true fashion. After sending the track to Yung Lean a few months ago, the Swedish star sent back a finished product the day after according to the producer, saying, "Made the beat last year in the woods of North Baton Rouge. To me it sounded like being scared cold, goose skin, you could see the sun and the moon. Sent to Lean a couple months later and he sent ‘Spider Feet’ back the next day."
Check out their latest offering and let us know what you think.
All tainted Chevy painted heavy clear the windows out
All silver everything, my mind is hard to figure out
Playoff like the Lakers money make around and get her out
Page it, get it later, leave you quiet just like a mouse