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Abyss YUNGBLUD 02:03
I Was Made For Lovin’ You YUNGBLUD 04:22
I Think I'm OKAY YUNGBLUD, Mgk, Travis Barker 02:50
parents YUNGBLUD 02:51
Obey (with YUNGBLUD) Bring Me The Horizon, YUNGBLUD 03:40
Lowlife YUNGBLUD 03:53
11 Minutes YUNGBLUD, Halsey, Travis Barker 03:59
body bag Mgk, YUNGBLUD, The Used, Bert McCracken 02:50
casual sabotage YUNGBLUD 03:08
Happier YUNGBLUD, Oli Sykes, Bring Me The Horizon 03:24

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Dominic Harrison (August 5, 1997), who goes by the name Yungblud, is an English singer-songwriter who ranked at Number 1 on Billboard's Next Big Sound Chart in 2019. He released “King Charles” in 2017 followed by “I Love You, Will You Marry Me,” and other singles plus EP Yungblud. His debut album, 21st Century Liability, came out in 2018. The track “11 Minutes” with American vocalist Halsey and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker was released in 2019 and went to Number 59 on the UK Singles Chart. That same year, his third EP The Underrated Youth peaked at Number 6 on the UK’s Official Albums Chart and the accompanying video for his single “Original Me” won Best Music Video at the NME Awards. After cancelling an upcoming promotional tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Yungblud dropped his sophomore effort Weird! in April 2020. The album shot straight to the top of the UK charts aided by singles like “Cotton Candy” and “Acting Like That” featuring Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker. His first 2021 single, “Fleabag,” bowed at Number 78 in the United Kingdom and he was nominated for the British Male Solo Artist award at the BRITs that year. He began teasing his third self-titled album with a new single in March 2022, "The Funeral," accompanied by a video starring Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne. A follow-up single, "Memories," featuring popstar Willow arrived in May. Third single "Don't Feel Like Feeling Sad Today" landed in June 2022 before the "Close To Me"-sampling fourth single "Tissues" completed the album rollout. He dropped the chart-topping full-length in September 2022, which hit Number 1 in various countries.