WORLD PREMIERE: The Yutes Flex Effortlessly in Captivating “Bring It Back” Video

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Directed by Shomi Patwary.

Through combining their Jamaican heritage and hip-hop prowess, The Yutes are imparting a fresh soundscape into the musical fold. Starting the year off strong, they tapped Curren$y for the standout weed anthem, “High Grade.” Today, The Yutes have thrown gas on the fire by bringing their biggest record-to-date, “Bring It Back,” to life with its official video.

Directed by revered visionary Shomi Patwary, the mind responsible for A$AP Mob’s “Yamborghini High” and the 6x Platinum-certified “Ric Flair Drip,” the “Bring It Back” video captures the song’s euphoric center by inviting viewers to live vicariously through The Yutes’ enthralling vantage point. Flexing with iced out necks and designer pieces, the brotherhood duo flosses with ease among the fleet of foreign whips, beautiful women, and picturesque setting. It’s a vision of pure opulence that is rooted in the culture, equipping it with equal parts swag and aspirational messaging. As two ambitious kids from Jamaica, The Yutes are providing the blueprint for manifesting one’s dreams.

Further enhancing this dreamlike atmosphere, Patwary supplements the riveting optics through a a collection of gripping effects. Between the trippy elements and vibrant night club-esque lighting, the “Bring It Back” video’s texture is an intersecting pattern that plays like a thrilling psychedelic movie. It moves fluidly on hip-hop’s timeline to reinforce that The Yutes’ sound can’t be constrained to a specific moment — they are timeless.

While 2021 is still in its infancy, The Yutes are moving expeditiously to distance themselves from the competition. By the looks of the “Bring It Back” video, that plan is coming to fruition.


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