Hong Kong rapper Young Hysan drops sophomore album ‘Radiance’

Featuring previously released singles ‘What’s More’, ‘Foreign’ and ‘PTSD’

Hong Kong hip-hop artist Young Hysan has unveiled his second studio album, ‘Radiance’.

The album, which was released yesterday (January 19) via Warner Music Hong Kong, spans 11 tracks, four of which are the previously released singles ‘What’s More’, ‘Foreign’, ’PTSD’, and ‘Redemption’.

Watch the music video for ‘PTSD’ below.


Through the course of the album, Young Hysan tackles personal topics such as depression and mental health. Unlike his 2019 debut album ‘ANTI’, ‘Radiance’ does not feature any guest artists.

In an Instagram post, the rapper states that ‘Radiance’ is “the cumulation of everything I’ve been through this past year. This is the complete journey from darkness to finding the Light.”


Young Hysan first rose to prominence in Asia as a solo act in early 2019 through the release of singles such as ‘My Money’, ‘Still Me’, and ‘Take It Or Leave It’, following it up with the release of ‘ANTI’.


He is also part of the Cantonese rap group The Low Mays, who dropped their first mixtape in 2015.

The rapper also notably featured in last year’s Hypebeast ZH hip-hop cypher alongside other rappers such as Tyson Yoshi, Tiab, Tommy Grooves, and ProdiG.

Watch the cypher performance below.

Stream Young Hysan’s sophomore studio album ‘Radiance’ below.