Yungblud

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August 15, 2022

Dominic Richard Harrison (Doncaster, England, August 5, 1997), known professionally as YUNGBLUD, is a British singer, songwriter and musician. Yungblud has expressed himself through his music as "an artist with a social conscience, unafraid to showcase gender protest songs."[1] His songs began to gain popularity in 2017, when his style was described as "the suburban poetry volcano of Jamie and the younger Arctic Monkeys, fused with a wholesome ska touch and hip-hop spirit".[2][3] Yungblud collaborated with Charlotte Lawrence for the song "Falling Skies", featured on the 13 Reasons Why season two soundtrack.[4] Their debut album was released on July 6, 2018.

Biography

Dominic Richard Harrison was born on August 5, 1997, in Doncaster [5] (England). His mother, Sam Harrison, is a homemaker; and his father, Justin Harrison, a guitar shop owner. He has two younger sisters, Jemima Rose Harrison and Isabella Harrison. His grandfather, Rick Harrison, acted with T. Rex in the 1970s. Harrison studied theater at Arts Educational Schools, London, before beginning his musical career. YUNGBLUD's nickname comes from his youth, he says that the producer told him "young blood" and he said it because he was the youngest person his director worked with He has stated that his biggest influences for his music are The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Arctic Monkeys, Eminem and The Clash.

Discography

Albums

Live Albums

Extended Plays

Simple

Collaborations

Filmography

Music Videos

Television

Awards and nominations

References

External Links

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