Yeti Man Born by Zac Z

Yeti Man Born by Zac Z

Yeti Man Born (2021) showcases ZacZ moving forward a significant 
distance beyond his earlier works (such as Liquid Pepper and 
Imperfections), and even beyond last year’s Tripsville Tennessee. Yeti 
Man Born accomplishes a reverse arc from incantatory raps playing 
against a landscape of hip hop beats and innovative sonic textures, to 
Happy, a love song set to the rhythmical scrape of a solo violin.

The title track sets the scene: “It’s a crazy pavement kind of day/ 
Sunset dreams in the dead of night”. ZacZ notes we are sitting “With 
our heads in neon braces” and that “To be truly free you gotta let 
go”. But his mood is almost optimistic: “There’s life at the end of 
the tunnel: if you don’t like the road you’re walking, walk another 
way”. The answers will not be easy: “Pure mathematics is the way, the 
poetry of logical ideas” but ultimately, we are dwarfed by the 
universe. As he sings in Happy: “I wanna sing for the stars.”

This is a driving, original album with extreme lyrics and fiendish 
guitar. Anyone who has followed Zac Z’s previous sorties in the 
musical world will be expecting something completely original, and 
this doesn’t disappoint. More upbeat and enlightened than his last 
albums, Yeti Man Born is a culmination of creative progress breaking 
into the light of wider public appeal.





Yeti Man Born by Zac Z Yeti Man Born by Zac Z Reviewed by FADED4U on December 03, 2021 Rating: 5

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