A song that shares its name with one of my all-time favorite unreleased Kendrick songs, Yung Stawn Shown’s track is a mix between nostalgia, boombap and trying to find one’s place in adulthood. I’m an 80s/90s baby, so I appreciate the vibes here. I also appreciate that Shown kind of spits in the face of tradition, instead opting to grow up his own way. He’s eschewing typical adulthood, but not forgetting that he’s got obligations and the like. Plus, the song’s just damn good. So check it out below and support dope music in all its forms.