TheRealYoungDC’s ‘Mental Health’: An Advocacy in Beats and Rhymes

Ah, the subtle art of spinning tales through beats and rhymes – that’s what TheRealYoungDC serves up in his latest album “Mental Health,” dropped on September 29, 2023. And let me tell you, it’s more than just an album; it’s a wake-up call, a slap in the face of societal ignorance about mental health issues.

Now, before we dive headfirst into the tracks, let’s give props where they’re due. TheRealYoungDC, straight outta the Chi-town hip-hop scene, ain’t new to this rodeo. With bangers like “No Friends No Girls,” “Hit Different,” “Know They Hate,” and “Numb Na,” this artist’s been cooking up beats that hit harder than a Chicago winter.


So, Mental Health– what’s the deal? Well, first up is “Mental Help,” a track that’s like a soul-baring confessional. It’s all about one person’s struggle and that deep yearning for a shoulder to lean on. The melancholic intro sets the tone, reminding us that cash can’t silence the pain within.

Then we’ve got “Highs and Lows” – oh boy, get ready for a beat that’ll have your head nodding like a bobblehead on a dashboard. It’s that fire you want in your car playlist when you need a jam that’s on fire.

In Too Deep” – and no, we’re not talking about that cheesy ’90s movie. This one dives headfirst into the dark ocean of depression, blending poetic lyrics with beats that hit like a heavyweight champ. And “Leave” – it starts with a bizarre intro before TheRealYoungDC flips the script with killer verses and a flow smoother than silk.


But hey, no spoilers here! I won’t ruin the surprise – you gotta plug in and vibe to this album yourself. “Mental Health” isn’t just another album; it’s a sonic journey that needs a reserved spot in your playlist.

Beyond the beats, TheRealYoungDC ain’t just dropping tracks – he’s on a mission. This album’s his advocacy; it’s about shouting out loud to the world about mental health. So, plug in those earbuds and join the conversation!

Mental Health Track List

Mental Help
Highs And Lows
In Too Deep
Believe In Me
Broken Child
Been Threw

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