After a big promo push throughout the summer, Yung Soju has finally dropped his highly anticipated debut project, the Fullerton EP. From the anime inspired visuals, the cryptic song titles and and cult classic references throughout his tracks, Yung Soju is a mastermind at keeping the listeners out here interested in what his next release will look and sound like. Soju has gone through various monikers and styles through the past few years, and with the release of Fullerton, the young emcee has perfected his sound, presenting a piece of work that represents himself and the Ugly Gang to a tee. Centered around his years in Fullerton, California, this five track EP gives the listeners an insight of all the experiences and changes Soju has gone through. Sojo holds nothing back on this project, painting vivid narratives about substance abuse, unhealthy relationships and isolation. The Fullerton instrumentals produced by D.Y, Crosschord, Eric Dingus and Orlando Gloom set the tone for this project, giving each track on this EP an eerie vibe which furthers the ride that Soju takes us on with his debut. You can’t sum this project up with one style; with a mash up of trap, classic hip hop and even a little R&B this project has a track for everybody. Sojo made this project for all you missfits out there running circles around life; Ugly Gang has your back. Be sure to check this EP out, and as always, show some love in the comment section below.