“Yung Bans warbles his raps at a low pitch, largely using lyrics as a conduits for vocal patterns…Bans provides a natural evolution of the sound being offered up by his contemporaries. He muffles his flows, letting his immutable melodies seep into blurry beats.” – Pitchfork
“Atlanta’s Yung Bans releases some of the best music on SoundCloud” – Pitchfork
“With a full steam of momentum, Yung Bans’ road to become a household name is paved” – HYPEBEAST
Atlanta-bred artist Yung Bans sits at the forefront of rap right now, well-known for his effortlessly addictive flows and intoxicating lyrical style. As denoted by his “1 of 1” tagline, he approaches music with an eclectic touch, and deservedly so, has organically cemented his position as a force to be reckoned with in today’s industry. Taking a look back at career-defining moments such as his well-deserved Future cosign or his early XXXTentacion collaboration, “iloveitwhentheyrun”, the success has endlessly rolled in for Bans and his true-to-self artistry, noting the true mark of a bona fide star.Read more
With this, Bans’ career originally took off with the release of his 2015 single “4tspoon” alongside Playboi Carti, followed by a number of head-turning records in collaboration with fellow ATL native and well-known producer MexikoDro in the months to come. As he watched widespread acclaim come of his hypnotic sound and natural talents as an artist, Bans found himself on the brink of success and responded with some of his most popular songs to date in “Dresser”, the Lil Skies-assisted “Lonely”, and “Ridin” alongside YBN Nahmir and Landon Cube — all of which have since received accompanying visuals shot by iconic videographer Cole Bennett.
Over the course of his career so far, the ATL representative has gone on to collaborate with the likes of the late XXXTentacion, Future, Lil Skies, Juice WRLD, YBN Nahmir, Lil Yachty, Gunna, and Yung Lean, to name a few. That said, while Bans has propelled his blossoming career into undeniable stardom and has seen immense success in doing so, he remains tied down by an ongoing 4-year house arrest sentence. Despite these legal troubles, he has found his escape in rap, and will continue to drop hit-worthy singles and star-studded collaborations in the future. Needless to say, all signs are pointing up for Yung Bans.