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Yung Lean and Thaiboy Digital at 1015 Folsom, Jan.19, 2018

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Swedish rapper and founder of the Sad Boyz collective Yung Lean performed this past Friday, January 19th at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco, in support of his latest album, “Strangers”. Known for his slow-paced flows and depressive lyrical themes, Yung Lean led the packed venue through a set filled with throbbing basslines, smoke, and lots of darkness, with support from tourmate Thaiboy Digital.

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