‘Into The D.A.R.K.NESS’ drops ten hard-hitting tracks

Into The D.A.R.K.NESS drops ten hard-hitting tracks which are sure to abuse the repeat button by rap fans. Full of passions, collaborations, synths, deep bass beats, unforgettable melodies and beautiful rhymes. The album combines rap tactics from the late 90s, and masterfully rap in its wordplay in the early 2000s. There are moments when you can hear Insane Clown Posse references in the elements of horror, Eminem in the more vindictive lines, and Tech N9ne and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony in some of the music and vocal harmony.

Austin Arndt who goes along with the name YT has just launched a gritty hip hop album’ Into The D.A.R.K.NESS’ with 10 fun songs for fans to digest. The project includes dark bass rhythms, haunting melodies and sharp lyrics. Without being transported back to the 2000s and even as early as the late 90s when mainstream rap danced with underground sounds and most amazing lyrical content, one can not avoid the listening experience. Here is the link to the album :

The album begins with a haunting piano accompaniment which with the bass drum slowly builds up in energy. As the title of the song suggests, YT comes in like a “T-Rex,” then once you think he couldn’t hit you with more fire, he melts your face with some bars. The hook then stalks you, pounces you on you, and pushes you to understand how easy it is to sing along.

YT is a rapper who makes hip-hop vibes of old school in his songs. That said, he found ways to connect to listeners with gray bars and very catchy hooks on Into The D.A.R.K.NESS, YT’s latest release.

The new addiction of YT, Music, is “like a Track Fiend.” This musical reliance saved his life and liberated him in his creativity. You have to sing along in the hook and the verses have you try to maintain the masterful abilities of YT.

From the piano, Into The D.A.R.K.NESS closes “Deadly Assassin” with Clockworc like the first track in the album. The beat is the throwback to rap at the beginning of the 2000s, and will have you bobbing your head through the whole track. You’re going to dance around your house, doing ninja moves as you groove to the music.

The chilling track “Boogieman” featuring Mr. Grey is reminiscent of earlier Eminem songs in which YT uses disturbing metaphors, voice variations, verbal interactions between characters and internal conflicts in what seems to be one’s horror film or the worst nightmare of someone. YT also carries out a straightforward explanation which is closely linked to the previous’ Into the D.A.R.K.NESS ‘ material. The message is ambiguous, while it is clear that there is a highly deliberate approach.

Here are the other links where you can access the albums and know more about YT :