Sad Boys producer Yung Gud drops new solo effort, Body Horror

Sad Boys producer Yung Gud drops new solo effort, Body Horror

Ditching the Yung for a Gud, new look.

One of the background key players for the Sad Boys movement, coming out of Sweden and thrusting Yung Lean into the public eye, Yung Gud has broken a two year silence to drop latest solo track Body Horror. In the process, the twenty year old swede has ditched the first half of his name to change his moniker to simply Gud, a reflection of the artist’s growth and progression as a musician.

Having began producing from as young as twelve years old, the production of the Sad Boys movement has long been one of its singular highlights, and owes a considerable amount to Gud - who shows off his considerable talent as a solo performer on Body Horror. Combining influences of psychedelic trance with a hip-hop sound, Gud is another solid artist among the Sad Boys camp announcing himself as a tremendous solo artist alongside the better known Yung Lean, as well as Bladee (who released an album earlier this year).

Hear Body Horror below, via Spotify.

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