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Susie” - Yes Please | Review

The last single off their upcoming EP, “Susie” by Yes Please is the perfect floaty pop-rock track.

Showcasing the diverse sonic interests of the duo, "Susie" seems like a particular showcase of apob's musical influences, who cites 70s rock and show tunes as his early introduction to music. "Susie" leans more to the nostalgic soft rock of the 70s; a definite opposition from their previous releases which include the hip hop/rap influences Matt cites. Susie surely showcases a new side to the genreless duo and a spotlight into their blended musical tastes and songwriting, a juxtaposition which is further experimented and highlighted in their upcoming album.

Yes Please is the collaborative project of New York-based production/artist duo apob and Matt Miggz.

With apob citing his music tastes ranging from 70s rock to show tunes, and Matt citing major influences as early 2000s Hip Hop and Pop, the two began exchanging beats and vocals over the past few years. The two's vast music inspirations resulted in the birth of 'Yes Please' with production driven by apob (credits include Ye Ali, Logic-signed John Lindahl, as well as upcoming work with Amine), combined with Matt's hip hop influences, the two's co-creations have earned them nods from Zane Lowe, Ones to Watch, tmrw magazine, and Lyrical Lemonade.



Review by Hannah Schneider

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