Aussie rapper 360 is officially back, today announcing his new album Vintage Modern.
Vintage Modern is his fourth full-length record, and it comes three years after his last record Utopia.
The album will be released on 27th October, but 360 has given us a first taste of the album in ‘Yesterday’, an autobiographical and honest track that comes off the back of a three-night run of intimate shows in Melbourne.
The acoustic song comes alongside a video that shows the rapper walking away from a party with a smile on his face. It reiterates some of the positive vibes from his earlier drop ‘God Mode’ that had him rapping, “These past years been a big blur, in poor form, but I’m back now.”
“I think it’s quite common for people to have a falling out with a close friend of theirs,” 360 says of the new song.
“If their approach is to constantly talk shit about you and attempt to bring you down, take the higher ground. It can be hard but put all the bullshit behind you and genuinely wish them all the best. It might sound cliché but life’s too short to hold on to all the negative shit, just move forward. If they hate, Show them love. Fuck holding grudges”
Earlier this year when 360 announced that the name of his album would be Vintage Modern, he shared an update on his mental health, revealing to fans that he has “bipolar depression”, while reassuring them that he was “generally quite well”.
He also said he had 26 potential songs for the album, including ‘Tiny Angel’, which he said is “the best song I’ve ever done”.
Check out video for ‘Yesterday’, below.