Watch Yung Lean's Atmospheric Visuals for "Red Bottom Sky"
Off his critically acclaimed ‘Stranger’ album, out now.
Swedish rap innovator Yung Lean makes his return today with new atmospheric visuals for his album standout cut, “Red Bottom Sky.” Directed by longtime Sad Boys collaborator Marcus Söderlund, the video finds the “No Mercy” spitter in a vulnerable state as he’s isolated in an eerie undisclosed area that houses a creepy mansion and swamp. From there, he begins lighting up candles and playing with a squirrel who becomes his best friend.
Watch above and in case you haven’t already, stream Yung Lean’s newest critically acclaimed album, Stranger, out now on all digital streaming platforms. You also might want to revisit the Swedish rapper’s Katla project where he brought back his infamous “Leandoer127” moniker back in July.
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