Ladies and gentleman, hide your mothers, sisters, cousins, and aunties. The gravy train is picking up steam. The midwestern hailing and still faceless Yung Gravy’s combination of irreverent lyrics, innovative production, and consistent output has got the sauce boy cookin’.
Music can be a lot of things. It can dig into tough problems, tackle social issues, or it can dig into the nuances of booty, sexual food metaphors, and thots. And Yung Gravy does it all, minus the first couple.
With everything going wrong in the world, Gravy provides a much needed distraction, and reminds us that clinging on to life might still have some perks.
Though one liners abound, what’s really fueling the Yung Gravy is top notch production, from producers such as Dollie on “1 Thot 2 Thot Red Thot Blue Thot”, DJ Hoppa x Silly Kid on “Whippin”, and vbnd on “Pillow Fight”. Couple great production with fluid interior rhymes, smooth delivery, and undeniable charisma, and there’s no reason to think the Gravy train will be slowing down soon.