Always keen to share new work from Aberdeen musicians, we’re excited to tell you about a new track from rising rap sensation, Yxng STUNNA. His upcoming single titled “Exit” is slated for release on April 28th.

Originally from Lagos in Nigeria, Yxng STUNNA has been making a name for himself in the Scottish rap industry, and “Exit” is a powerful and emotive track that showcases his lyrical flow. The single, which has been mixed and mastered by STB Productions, will be available on major streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music.

“Exit” marks Yxng STUNNA’s second release of the year. His previous work has garnered critical acclaim, and his growing popularity has earned him a strong following among rap enthusiasts. But that’s not all – there are rumours of an EP or Mixtape in the works, which may feature exciting collaborations with Anas84, a Spanish artist, and “Drako,” an Atlanta-based rapper known for his work with industry heavyweights like Lil Baby, Moneybagyoo, and Quando Rondo.

With his undeniable talent and ability to switch hip-hop styles, Yxng STUNNA is definitely an artist to keep an eye on. Mark your calendars for April 28th, as “Exit” promises to be another impressive addition to his growing discography.

You can pre-save the track here.

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Kevin Mitchell and Chris Sansbury founded POST. This was from a desire to cut through the noise to share the great things that happen in Aberdeen. They focus on community, culture and also the interesting people of the city. The local artists, businesses and charities; photographers, musicians and entertainers. These are the people that make a positive impact on our city every day. So they use video, audio, writing and social media to amplify the voices in our community. And to ultimately give a platform to Aberdeen folk to engage and tell their own stories.

Recent work includes coverage of Spectra 2023, interviews with We Are Here Scotland founder Ica Headlam; Paralympic gold medalist, Neil Fachie; Aberdeen rapper Chef and his push for success; an article about the pedestrianisation of Union Street; coverage of Nuart Aberdeen and TEDx Aberdeen, as well as coverage of the campaign to Save the Belmont.

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