When Yungeen Ace exploded onto the scene earlier in 2021 after his appearance on SpinaBenz’ viral record “Who I Smoke,” the world was given a window into the streets of Jacksonville, FL and the ongoing and violent beef between Ace and rival rapper Foolio.
However, in the months since “Who I Smoke” hit the airwaves, Ace has shown a side of himself the world never know. Between encouraging kids to stay out of the streets, and landing an appearance on Rick Ross’ upcoming album, Richer Than I Ever Been, the 23-year-old is slowly ascending into a higher tier of hip hop, and is backing it up with the music.
Just a few weeks after dropping 2 Broken 2 Heal with Nuski2Squad, Yungeen Ace is back with an inspirational record, titled “Caterpillars To Butterflies.”
Over uplifting, piano-heavy production, Ace puts his versatility on full display. Shifting between rapped verses and sung bridges and choruses, the Jacksonville rapper gets introspective and reflects on his journey from the trenches to a major player in Florida’s hip hop scene.