The true originality of Yudimah lies in his ability to express clear messages without ever being pontificate or to pass for one of those rappers preachers who bore after a few minutes. His new ep is resolutely hip-hop and imbued with a sparkling wisdom reminiscent of the vivacity of a Mos Def and the feline intelligence of Open Mike Eagle or the insolent groove of a Lando Chill. In Yudimah, there are traces of soul, and even reggae inflections, which link his work to the erasure of genre boundaries initiated by many Western rappers like Anderson Paak. Yudimah chose his side. Where some sing with their anger and fists stretched, the young man who interprets his texts, in English and more rarely in French, and also composes a lot of his music, is a scout of conscience somewhere between hip-hop and the RnB.