…: the duality of phenomena/realism simultaneously, flows free and crystalizes the past and present. After hearing the final link, Yung Bae does 2 things: pumps up the 80s "Hot-mix 100" radio volume holding samples on a stand-by/replay and turns it down a notch and floating the tempo, so it has a "magical realism" frequency.
That’s an apt analysis, and is what I think draws me to the genre so much. Sure, there are some producers who just rip songs from YouTube, throw on a couple of effects and call them their own. But so many artists continue to push these old-school sounds (which often were updated versions of even older-school sounds) that I certainly think are worth a listen!