Yung Pinch is steadily rising out of the west coast right now. The young singer's been dishing out new music including last week's YG collab "Big Checks." However, he's making his way into the realm of hip hop and R&B with his unique blend of both genres. Today, he comes through with his new single "1997."
Yung Pinch is putting on for the 714 on his new single "1997." Pinch is easily paving his own way with his distinct brand of music. While a lot of the R&B that's been on the rise lately has had a dark undertone to it, Pinch brings sunny California vibes with "1997." The song's production is handled by Charlie Handsome who was behind Kanye West's "Fade" and Travis Scott's "Drugs You Should Try."
"1997" is another single from Pinch that proves he's someone to keep an eye out on.
I can't go back now
Puttin' on for my city, I'mma hold that down
I think they know that sound
It's the 714, I hope they know that now