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General News / June 11, 2019

JyellowL is telling you to ‘Tek Time’

General News / June 11, 2019

JyellowL is telling you to ‘Tek Time’

“‘Tek Time’ is a warning to remind people who achieve quick success that it can go as easily as it comes.”

 

After packing out the District Magazine stage at Forbidden Fruit a couple of weeks ago, JyellowL is continuing his busy summer with a brand new video, released on Dearfach TV.

In this one he’s turned his signature semi-automatic flow into a full-on machine gun, spitting relentlessly across the track, with drill video influenced visuals to accompany this slightly darker direction for the Dublin artist.

“‘Tek Time’ is a warning to remind people who achieve quick success that it can go as easily as it comes. It’s also to expose all the people who present themselves as something they’re not to gain traction, reminding them that time will tell so they need to tek time before they get found out.”

Check it out.

JyellowL has a busy summer ahead, with a headline show in The Macbeth of Hoxton, London on June 15, plus festival stops at Body & Soul, Wood Quay Summer Sessions, Longitude Festival and Knockanstockan.