Yaysh: Daep

Stephen Chow

Yaysh bounced down her new freestyle single “Daep” and it instantly hits that pleasure spot in your brain. Yaysh’s attitude is a much needed snap in 2018. Yaysh is here for the music, LGBTQIA, and to get people out of their heads to enjoy this moment. At least that’s what I got from her new single “Daep.”

What makes Yaysh so fresh is her sense of humor and openness. Her message is that people are basically good, despite what your feed tells you. She describes herself this way:

“Well… if Kanye West and Adele had a baby, I would be that baby. And Drake would be my cousin.”

I’d listen to “Daep” just for that alone.

Yaysh’s attributes her musical approach to her meditation and yoga practices. “I’m weird, I have a teacher and everything and belong to a lineage called Shambhala Buddhism and I also sing and rap mainstream shit. I am about waking up and helping this world, and being authentic,” she says.

“Much of the teachings I study are about regarding this world we live in as sacred and seeing society as a fabric of wakefulness. So yea, I’m weird cuz I make my music from this place, or perspective, and I’m a spiritual person who maybe doesn’t immediately appear that way because we often have a dualistic way of seeing people. But people don’t know that every one of my songs has meaning and intention. I’m deep, bish, get to know me. And you really can’t judge a person. Surprise. Lol.”

“Daep” is also a fun pick-up piece. The word daep means “beautiful” in Vietnamese. I haven’t tried it yet but I just might. The night is young.

“I sing, I rap, and I know exactly what I want to do… infiltrate and show people a new option.” — Yaysh

 

“Daep” Produced by Troy R8dio Johnson

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