The Yutes Back Popcaan on European Tour, Intensifying Promotional Campaign for Debut Album
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The Yutes, sons of Mr. Lexx, Tour Europe with Popcaan, unleashing debut album momentum with 'The Streets' single release
The Yutes, Prepping for their debut album release
The Jamaican brother duo, The Yutes, persists in their ongoing promotional campaign for their upcoming debut album, "Ghetto Yutes." The campaign recently saw the release of their latest single, "Streets." Produced by JP Soundz, the track provides a stark perspective against a gritty instrumental backdrop.
The Yutes currently support Popcaan in his nine European cities tour, including Berlin, Paris, Oslo, Stockholm, Dublin, Manchester, and Amsterdam. Their UK stopover in London involves meetings with key figures in the music scene and a deep exploration of Jamaican musical heritage.
Throughout their tour, The Yutes have allocated a promotional window in London from November 22-24, 2023. This period will be dedicated to engaging with UK radio stations through interviews, sessions, and various promotional activities, all with the goal of introducing their music to a broader audience.
Chuck Wilson, CEO of the legendary independent hip-hop label Babygrande, shares insights on the tour: "We’ve been building The Yutes for a minute in the US and Caribbean, and are now looking forward to sharing their music with a broader international audience. They’re keen to connect with UK audiences in a meaningful way - building bridges for future collaboration whilst on this huge Popcaan EU tour."
The Yutes, composed of Chris and Santris, skillfully blend their Jamaican heritage with modern trap elements, creating a dynamic sound with eclectic appeal. As the sons of dancehall icon Mr. Lexx, The Yutes leverage unmatched authenticity and heightened musical sensibility to consistently push creative boundaries.
Their collaborations include working with dancehall star Masicka on their 2022 debut single "Get Money," followed by "Riches & Power," featuring Govana, and "Better Days," the third single featuring Tarrus Riley.