Artist Spotlight: Master Yetí, Producer, Rapper, Songwriter

Mixing the sounds of Chicago Drill and Atlanta Trap with sexy progressive R&B, Master Yetí just dropped a boomin new song entitled "Prada" featuring Lendell x Pavé.  It hits like a Chris Brown song, but has the rawness and authenticity of a NLE Choppa track.

Master Yetí is a producer, rapper and songwriter who grew up on Chicago’s south side bouncing between homes in both Auburn Gresham and Pullman. Raised by his grandparents, Yetí came from a creative family with heavy influences in music and the arts. 

He attended Columbia College Chicago on an art scholarship and spent his early years as a graphic and web designer. In 2015, he partnered with his brothers and launched their own clothing brand, Veyron Calanari, in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood. Inspired by his father and uncle, Yetí began producing music in 2017. His first single, “On My Own” was released in November 2019.

"Lets go half on a baby, yeah she want twins"

Yetí’s father, Rodney Harmon is a pianist and the Minister of Music at Mount Joy Baptist Church in Chicago and is the keyboardist for Sweet Diezel Jenkins. His late uncle, Anthony Harmon, was an acclaimed left-handed bass player. His collaborations include notable performances with Yolanda Adams and Mark Hubbard along with nearly every gospel group in the Chicagoland area.

With such a musical pedigree, it's no surprise that he'd fall into making good music.  Let's just hope he keeps the hits coming!



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