Download: Tane’s “Intro”

Chilean MC Tane recently dropped his Young, Winning and Shining mixtape, which is an introduction to his particular brand of come-up rap.

On the 9-track tape, Tane spits about everything from life on the street to love. Recorded throughout 2015 for the Fiebre41 label, YW&S is an exhibition of both Tane’s MC and production skills. The 21-year-old is certainly ready to make an impression and prove that he’s here to stay.

With the release of his trap-styled “Lo Que Quieras” (featuring Kriser and Big Angelo) in February serving as the lead single, Young, Winning and Shining has all the elements of an Atlanta-produced hip-hop set. There’s also the obligatory flip, with Tane flowing over Meek Mill and Drake’s undeniably heavy “R.I.C.O.” instrumental. The set has more to offer than just straightforward trap sounds, however; on Young, Winning and Shining’s “Intro,” Tane embraces sunny electro synths as well. The track serves as an optimistic primer for the rest of the set, capturing Tane’s hunger for success.

In addition to Kriser and Angelo, YW&S contains collaborations with Slim J, Danko, ARTBIZ and Ceaese & Kinjua. On the production side, Tane is assisted by Upper & Chvm, Brokaefe, Shuremusic, and Kinjua again, while TytoKush was responsible for the mastering of the set.

Download YW&S’ uplifting “Intro,” then head to iTunes to get the rest of the tape.

[Review: Remezcla]


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