In a time when Hip-hop artists heavily outsource for production, engineering, and even lyrics, Yury is a rare find in New York’s music scene.
Originally from Pittsburgh, Yury is a Hip-Hop artist, song-writer, producer and DJ that has moved to Brooklyn. Similar to Atlanta’s Russ, Yury takes pride in being a one-stop shop, and doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon.
From co-headlining Webster Hall to selling out Knitting Factory, and producing for Grammy winning artists, Yury is gradually creating a name for himself. Yury is constantly sharpening his unapologetically genuine sound, and is arguably one of the most multitalented artists rising from Brooklyn. Striving to be honest with all of his music, Yury is influenced by a variety of Hip-hop acts including Dave East, 6lack, and Big Sean.
Today, Yury treats listeners to an introspective, self-produced audio release titled “Life Is.” Yury wields a uniquely mundane flow while sharing a handful of quotable bars throughout the song. Complimenting his piercing lyricism with a haunting chorus, “Life Is.” is a dark, yet hopeful ode to our days living.
“I made the beat first on this one. It all started ambiguous.. I added the kick, and more, and the sound became Hip-Hop. My only goal is to sit down and make music. My process is free flowing,” Yury states.
“Life Is.” serves as a follow up to Yury’s previous trap-influenced track, “G Right Now” which currently sits at 20k on Soundcloud. His biggest song to date is “Growing Pains” (300k streams), which appeared on his 2016 project, entropy.