In the music of the young rapper, the depth of the lyrics and the power of the beat merge in obscure atmospheres and completely new, refined and personal sounds.
Post-industrial scenarios. Cold. The non-place where the video of "Spine", directed and edited by Giovanni Riviera and released yesterday on the youtube channel "TRASH", was shot, is the perfect choice for its violent, visceral and sharp sounds. Yung Belial combines the future with his music, placing himself in a completely new scene in Italy. An alchemy between the aggressiveness of the metal genre, the typical rhythms of Trap and the depth of the text, inspired by artists like Salmo, Noyz Narcos, Trent Reznor, Marilyn Masnon, Xxxtentacion and Suicideboys.
Artist is creativity and passion. He is the one who can find the keys to transmit what happens in his head to the public, transporting it to other worlds and at the same time making it aware of the contemporary world. You are about to bring a completely new genre to Italy: a fusion between metal aggression and Trap. Through what process did you manage to find yourself in such a "distant" genre?
Music is the sound transposition of the artist's mind. I had to combine the feeling and aggression present both in the kind of music I've always loved, metal and in myself. I wasn't going to produce a song where you only deal with issues related to money, clothes, and crime wanting to convey something deeper to the public through music. As far as the lyrics are concerned, I was inspired not only by singers outside the trap sphere, but also by the rappers I've always loved, including Salmo and Noyz Narcos. On a sound level, I tend to create a dark atmosphere, something mysterious that is also "heavy". I saw myself in the American underground trap scene trying to make it my own by adding some original stylistic notes. It wasn't easy, it took me a long period of experimentation!
All musicians have always looked for figures that could accompany them in their path, from the gratification of valuable advice, the learning of new techniques to the understanding of their own music. With clockbeats you have developed a special relationship, a community of people with a significant artistic importance. What does it mean to have a reality that believes in your music and brings you "today" to realize your first single on Ogpg in a few weeks?
Surely it was the turning point in my career as a musician. As soon as I proposed my productions to the guys at Clockbeats I received extremely positive feedback, so much so that I was recognized as an independent artist shortly after I joined the community as a producer. It's a rich reality of capable and determined professionals with all the necessary skills to bring the artist to grow. They push me every day to improve myself by supporting my work: I couldn't be happier!