Young, upstart producer ye. aims straight for the turn up on his new release "Dffle."
Playful, whimsical, and forward leaning, "Dffle" is the voice of 1,000 millenials screaming into the night. It's hip and carefully executed while still being just enough under the radar to have the underground factor. It's very self-aware, but not self serious. The fact that it samples Demi Lovato's "Cool For the Summer," but was released in the fall and plays against her basic white girl with a PSL fanbase thus making it a fun little *wink*, makes it uncool. But ye., the genius behind this ode to everything lit, fam, knows its kind of uncool so he owns it - which now makes it cool.
"Dffle," based on what's laid out on the table, is modern relevancy in the form of a 2:29 turn up. It's the nervous kid in the Polo shirt, Adidas Boosts, and Totoro dad hat. It's the hyper kid in the joggers with an Apple smart watch and a Motorola flip-phone. It's the Becky who hit up Starbucks on the way to the Dirtybird Campout - wearing a denim jacket with a pizza Illuminati enamel pin.
Future leaning dance music is the sound of the now - and ye. is going to be one of our underground heroes.