The Yutes (Jamaican Patois Slang for “The Youth”), the brother duo composed of Chris and Santris, deftly combine their Jamaican heritage with modern trap elements into a dynamic sound with eclectic appeal. The sons of dancehall legend Mr. Lexx, The Yutes leverage an unparalleled authenticity and heightened musical sensibility to consistently push the creative envelope.
The Jamaican style-benders’ unique artistry has earned them a collection of accolades, including placement on A3C Volume 7 with “Trap Don Dadas” and a show-stealing SXSW performance — alongside the likes of J.I.D., DaBaby, Reason, Drako, Lightskin Keisha, and Valee, among others. After a rewarding 2020 campaign, which saw The Yutes’ “Bring It Back” track cross one-million Spotify streams, Chris and Santris are keen on building upon that momentum.
By coalescing their Jamaican heritage and hip-hop acumen, The Yutes are uniquely positioned to impart a flavorful soundscape into the musical fold. The Yutes made 2021 theirs, as they quickly followed their Curren$y-assisted “High Grade”’ collaboration with the mesmerizing Shomi Patwary-directed “Bring It Back” official video and “In The Kitchen” featuring Stove God Cooks.
Now, following their 2022 debut “Get Money” with Masicka and the Govana-assisted single “Riches & Power”, The Yutes drop “Better Days,” the third and final single from their forthcoming album. Alongside Tarrus Riley, who is undeniably a legend in Reggae music and on the island of Jamaica, The Yutes show their full range of artistic talent, blending smooth harmonies and fiery flows to create one of their best tracks to date. As such, the track has been submitted to the Grammys, as it looks to compete for the top honors across Reggae categories. Tap in with The Yutes now.