Myaap Drops New EP ‘YOP!’ Produced by Nedarb with Video for”MLK”

May 31, 2024 0

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Myaap is an artist at the forefront of Milwaukee’s burgeoning rap scene, has just shared her new YOP! EP along with a video for “MLK”. Following up her recent stint as an opener on the second leg of Veeze’s Ganger TourYOP! is produced entirely by the prolific Goth Money tastemaker Nedarb. Making his name by providing beats for artists like Black KrayLil Peep and $uicideboy$Myaap‘s link-up with Nedarb marks a fusion of two worlds. Lacing the beats across the 6-track EP with an undeniable Milwaukee bounce, YOP! is a testament to both Myaap‘s diversity and ever-growing hunger.

This EP is a fitting follow-up to her recently-released EP BIG MYAAP, NOT THE LIL ONE. Although Milwaukee’s rap scene has existed for decades, it has long been an unsung hero in the eyes of the mainstream. Myaap stands at the cutting edge of her city’s cultural moment as the woman leading the charge, backed by her viral ABBA-sampling phenomenon “Getting to It”, as well as other party-ready tracks like “Wham” and “Party Crackin” (3M+ Streams). Lending herself to the foray of TikTok virality and genre-defying bounce, Myaap‘s fiery energy and captivating wordplay are seeing her level up amongst the Milwaukee ranks as she continues to grow her reach with each release.

Following her recently-released track “Actin Up” (feat. Chicken P), a Soulja Boy-sampling, club-ready anthem, and YOP! lead single “Rotation”Myaap’s latest project is defined by high-energy, charismatic bar work over booming basslines and insistent clap rhythms courtesy of Nedarb. Continuing to infuse her regional scene with danceable raps and a contagious upbeat energy, Myaap is on a steady ascent. She’s slated to perform at MIKE‘s upcoming Young World Festival, in a lineup alongside Earl Sweatshirt. Despite releasing her first track only a year ago, Myaap has quickly garnered a cult-like following, accumulating over 6 Million streams for the bass-heavy sound that’s become synonymous with her name — blending Southern bounce with the distinct contemporary styles coming out of Chicago and Detroit’s street rap scenes.

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