On his newest project “Pain” OMO YungKing totally gets in his feelings and takes listeners on an emotional roller coaster throughout the entire tape. The tapes vibe sounds something like if Waka Flocka and Lil Xan joined forces, resulting in a sound that is melodic, emotional but still raw and carries that “from the streets” energy.
On the tape, YugKing doesn’t hold back any emotion. The very first track “Kirko Bang” sets the tone for the project and pays homage to the great Kurt Cobain. In this song YungKing croons about being misunderstood and how the world really cant feel his pain. On “Falling” the artist tells about how he is completely head over heels infatuated with a girl and is just ready to be loved, something we have all felt at one point or another but then he contrast that energy with “So Sorry”, a ballad in which he apologizes after being a fuckboy to his girl (typical). On “So Sorry” YungKing also gives a nod to Kodak Blacks “Roll in Peace” with the songs opening lines. The tape takes a more positive turn on “Goals” where the artist sings about a Bonnie and Clyde type relationship with his girl (the same one he was just apologizing for cheating on maybe?) that includes love, loyalty and lots of flexing together.
Check out the project here!