This one’s a banger. Suspect and Youngs Teflon link up on the new track (and visual for) ‘WDYK’, produced by New Gen’s Nyge. Turn up your speakers for this one.
South London’s Youngs Teflon takes a break from his more aggressive cuts and tries his hand over Fabolous and Tamia’s 2003 collaboration ‘Into You’.
South London is definitely killing the music scene right now. 86 fall into that spectrum; the collective reveals a new visual for ‘Wings & Fries’, which features (another South Londoner and Content Dope favourite) Youngs Teflon.
DJ Kenny Allstar has decided to bless the airwaves with a sick UK Drill set via Sian Anderson’s show on BBC 1Xtra. Check out 86, Youngs Teflon and (the current UK Drill leaders) 67 bless the microphone above.
South London’s Reekz MB links with AJ Tracey and Youngs Teflon in his new visual for ’23’, taken from the new mixtape Right And Wrong. Produced by Pinero Beats.
Youngs Teflon follows up a memorable appearance on Giggs’ new album with a project of his own titled Tracksuit Diaries, which sees 13 new tracks and appearances from S1Loud, TE dness and members of 67). More great music from the always consistent emcee.
Stream/download Tracksuit Diaries via Apple Music/iTunes below.
Young Teflon is back with a strong new single and visual titled ‘Crack’, which is said to be taken from his forthcoming project Tracksuit Diaries.
Youngs Teflon heads to Amsterdam in the above clip for ‘Hello’, a special blend of Adele’s hit single. The track also serves as the closer to Teflon’s March Madness project.
Another day, another dope visual from Young Teflon. The South Londoner drops off a new clip for ’93 Til Infinity’, his freestyle over the Souls Of Mischief classic that’s taken from Teflon’s March Madness project. Check it out above.
Youngs Teflon is churning out videos left and right; his latest is for a remix of Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city. Check it out and — if you haven’t already — get your copy of March Madness here.
Young Teflon drops off a new visual for ‘Lose Your Life’, which sees him spitting bars over a classoc Alchemist instrumental. The track is the latest from Teflon’s mixtape March Madness.
Youngs Teflon is killing it this year. Case in point: check out his visual for ‘Pain Is The Essence’ — a very impressive flip of Giggz and Dubz’ collaboration of the same name. This version can be found on Teflon’s recently-released March Madness project.