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Yhim Releases New “Y Pacino” EP Influence By Scarface the Movie

Emerging rap artist, singer, songwriter and record producer from Brooklyn, New York; Yhim is here with his first full project release of the year Y PACINO.

He’s been on the scene for the past two years releasing music with substance while also building his fanbase.

Inspired by 80’s notorious movie Scarface and leading actor Al Pacino, Y PACINO is an EP full of flavor! The 8-track project demonstrates a distinctive range of music complemented with an unmatched presence. Yhim’s style creates a sound that spans anywhere from commercial listening to an unrivaled unique flow. With every intent to sound the way it does, this EP confesses the truths that people are afraid to express. In relation to Scarface being an underdog but eventually rising to become the Head Honcho;  EP showcases that he may be in the beginning stages of his career, but has the ability to become a heavy hitter in the Hip-Hop industry.

You can expect the Brooklyn rapper to releases some visuals from this project and more music later this year. For now, be sure to stream Y Pacino and stay connected with Yhim across all social networks!

Make sure to follow Yhim on Instagram

 

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