In an interview from earlier this year, Stockholm teenager Micke Berlander explained that aside from hip-hop, his Yung Gud project is largely influenced by experimental music from all over the map: "Mainly things with ambience," he told FADER. The Sad Boys crew member is the sonic architect behind some of Yung Lean's most gripping productions, like "Kyoto" and "Yoshi City," plus a string of detail-oriented, strangely moving remixes of IRL hits like "2 On" and Jacques Greene's "No Excuses." Now, he's dropping the four-track Beautiful, Wonderful EP, his first formal solo release. "I've always wanted to make a product of some sort," Yung Gud told FADER over email. "So with this EP, I'm finally selling a specific sound and look to the people that have been supporting my music for the past year and a half." The Beautiful, Wonderful EP, streaming below in full, is out today in Europe and tomorrow in the States.
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