Yonas - Radio Flow

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Sean Divine
Album:
The Proven Theory

Incredibly it’s been almost two years since Yonas first introduced himself to the Booth and in that time the Bronx emcee has been In Too Deep, In a Daze and Mindless. He’s been Stupid Brilliant and demanded that haters Fall Back, but until today we had never heard a Radio Flow from the man. Problem solved. Making its worldwide premiere right here, right now, new single Radio Flow is perhaps the biggest we’ve ever heard him sound, thanks in no small part to producer Sean Divine, who throws down a booming, appropriately high-frequency beat sure to get the attention of radio programmers nationwide. Vocally Yonas attacks the mic with his usual intensity, a necessity consider the production’s size, while lyrically he takes a more simplified approach than we’ve heard in the past; all the better to keep those radio dials tuned in (bonus points for the moonwalk reference though). While only time will tell if Radio Flow actually makes it onto your local airwave provider, fans everywhere can get their fill of his music when his debut The Proven Theory drops later this month.

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