Yung Fume plays with trap sounds and auto-tune on his new EP Too Much Wave 2.
After dropping a string of singles including “Flashbacks” featuring Fatz and the GRM Exclusive release “Droptop” featuring M Huncho which can be seen here, the artist keeps the flow of music going with his latest four-track release.
This new release sees Fume deliver catchy hooks and sung verses. He also lays down some serious bars throughout the project. All four tracks have a different sound which allows the South London artist to once again show his versatility. Fume delivers vocals and lyrics throughout the EP in his usual melodic style.
The only guest feature on the EP is from rapper Fee Gonzales who offers a verse on the third track “Rolling Up” which also sees varying rhyme schemes and flow styles from Fume. The closing track “I’ve Been Down” incorporates the popular and trendy styles of afro-bashment and tropical house to form a summer ready track destined for beach parties and Ibiza clubs.
Yung Fume continues to lace his sound with elements that originate from the Atlanta music scene. In 2016, Croydon’s own Fume linked up with producer Zaytoven for the auto-tune heavy EP, Level Up which can be heard here. Fume brought his UK style to the Atlanta based producer’s beats. Zaytoven has also produced tracks for Migos, Future and Drake.
Too Much Wave 2 is another project from the young artist that proves his talent for experimenting with varying music styles in order to make hits. Listen to Too Much Wave 2 on Spotify below.