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Yons is using his studio to build a
 new generation of Louisville hip-hop

Situated on Colonial Park Drive, just across the river in Jeffersonville, lies Yons’ studio, an impressive and capable DIY rig. It’s cozy, with keyboards — his favored instrument — looming mightily over the other gear in the room. There’s a lone snare drum standing in the corner, while a vintage-looking bass is propped casually against the wall. The studio obviously is in constant use, and, for the past few years, it’s been Yons’ way of carving out a name for himself in the Louisville hip-hop arena.”

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