In an unexpected development that will undoubtedly rock the music industry, Dead Hendrix and Yungcudii have teamed up and released a hit song, “Mustang,” on March 31, 2023. A unique musical experience—a perfect collision of genres that will leave listeners ecstatic and wanting more—is promised by the tune, an ambitious mix of punk rock and street rap.
Surprisingly, collaborating with pop-punk icon Dead Hendrix and rising star Yungcudii (of Ottawa to Los Angeles fame) creates an enthralling blend that transcends categorization. Their unique sounds blend together to provide a captivating, inventive, and exciting listening experience. Having Yungcudii collaborate with Dead Hendrix on this project “just makes me even more excited to get it out to our fans,” the artist said, expressing his delight about the partnership after working hard on the project for a year.
With the publication of “Mustang,” Dead Hendrix will collaborate with 3mFrench on the song “DTH,” which will be included in the much-awaited “Ottawa X Toronto” album, which will include some of Canada’s best musicians. June is when this joint project—which features Duvy, Lil Berete, and Casper TNG—is expected to be released.
“Mustang” is accessible on all major platforms, including Spotify. Follow Dead Hendrix on Twitter and Instagram to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse that’s only available there. Explore Yungcudii’s Instagram to learn more and be sucked into his aura.
About Dead Hendrix:
Also, going by the moniker “Dead Hendrix,” Hendi has made a name for himself in the underground rap world by daringly pushing the envelope with his own kind of punk rock mashup. With every thrilling track, his edgy approach continues to attract an ever-growing fan following. The much-awaited “Dead Summer EP” has just been released, much to the joy of fans who have been waiting impatiently for new music.
Dead Hendrix’s TWD Tour made a big splash when it began, performing with local giants Black Iri$h and KG Jay. The tour then created waves in sunny Los Angeles and San Francisco, where partner Levi Zadoff and Dead Hendrix headlined shows and released the hit song “Toxic,” which is beloved by fans. Continuing the popularity of his project, which was boosted by the hit song “Love Game,” Dead Hendrix is expected to create waves in the punk/rap crossover scene—a space where Machine Gun Kelly could have to share some of the limelight.
With the expectation growing, Dead Hendrix’s next songs should solidify his position in the music industry and demonstrate his readiness to make a major move into the punk and rap fusion genres. Prepare yourself for a musical adventure that breaks all previous rules and establishes a new benchmark for sound creativity.