Yung Lean Releases Trippy New Track "Crash Bandicoot"

“Crash Bandicoot bands my hands.”

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Following his reunion with producer Suicideyear after five years, Yung Lean has released a new surprise single called “Crash Bandicoot.” Inspired by the Sony PlayStation mascot’s banded hands, the Swedish rapper spits candidly over the Foster and Holy Beats trap beat, talking money and sipping lean at a pace outside his comfort zone. He also talks about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Check out the track above and share your thoughts below. In related news, Yung Lean and Sadboys Gear’s “Toxic” Converse collab got a release date.

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