- 8 years ago
If, as many have stated, the future is now, it’s quite a bit different than most of us expected—flying cars are nowhere to be found, only the very wealthiest are able to afford space vacations, and robot maids are looking like less and less of a possibility. Fortunately, a few of today’s hottest hip-hop artists have undertaken to provide the soundtrack to the science-fiction future we may never get to experience, and foremost among these is Grand Hustle up-and-comer Yung L.A.
Born and bred in the projects of Southeastern Atlanta, L.A. rose from his rough upbringing to become one of the city’s most renowned local artists, and now he’s looking to blast off into the stratosphere of fame and fortune with the summer release of debut studio album Futuristic Leland. As evidenced by hit lead single “Ain’t I” and its recently-featured follow-up, “Futuristic Love (Elroy),” the LP will showcase a sound that’s both ahead of its time and uniquely suited to the airwaves of today.