Up and coming Phoenix Rapper HB YUNGN was born Wendell Deskins Jr. in St. Louis, Missouri. As a kid growing up, Hardbody Yungn was raised by a single mother who worked for the St. Louis public school district. In hopes of a better life for her son his mother moved to Phoenix, Arizona where HB Yungn was exposed to West Coast rappers such as Tupac, Ice Cube, Too Short, and Nipsey Hussle at a young age.
HB YUNGN had raw talent at a young age however, he didn’t have the proper direction or drive. After dealing with multiple personal & legal battles he finally took his music career seriously, and in 2018, he released singles such as “Relate” with Dayo G and “Vetted.”
His new video “No New N*ggaz” with Dayo G speaks on the risks you take trusting new friends too soon. While also explaining, how important it is to always value the people who have truly been with you from the beginning. He also speaks on his personal trials and tribulations he faced while never backing down and confronting his challenges head on. HB Yungn is an artist with a sound that stands out from the rest with a raw, catchy flow and lyrical rhymes which makes him easily a fan favorite.
Check out “No New N*ggaz” below.
@shelovesboon Drops New Single, “used to be so fun”
It’s time for a peculiar new video that’ll intrigue your senses. Enter “used to be so fun,” a mellow, questioning song for a lover about the fact that they’ve given up trying to make their partner happy. As downtrodden and gloomy as its lyrics are, the buoyant air of artist she loves boon’s lyrics make for a release that just makes you float over the Amazon. This is one track that you’ll be running back over and over.
Check out “used to be so fun” below.
Chase SOS drops “Show No Luv”
Chase Sos, AKA RayQuan Rogers, was born in 1995 and understood the importance of social media. The NY bar spitter has always been someone that people look up too. He started in Crown Heights, NY but had to move to Long Island because he couldn’t stay out of trouble. After that, he decided to take entertainment seriously. Since his Freshman year at Freeport Highschool, Chase has been a star.
Although his music is fire, he would love to collaborate with artists like Meek Mill, Khalid, and all popping artists in his home state. His latest visual for “Show No Luv” is a solid introduction to the young star’s career. Chase SOS & Jay Gwuapo tag to create a cinematic video for the streets. In NY, getting money is extremely necessary. Nice cars and expensive chains are a way of life for the heavy hitters of Long Island.
Check it out here.
@therealtkv drops “Make It” video
Tee-Kay Vis a self-proclaimed Ghetto Popstar from upstate New York. His smooth vocals and tantalizing flows blend to create magic every time he steps into the booth. The 21-year-old crooner is back with an electric new visual for his latest single, “Make It.” The video shows Tee-Kay V and his crew shut the block down with impressive choreography that is rarely seen from artists in today’s musical landscape.
Tee-Kay V has been through it all. His upcoming album, ’21’, will serve as his audio diary for all of his fans to hear. Not many artists are willing to be as vulnerable in their music as Tee-Kay. He plans to leverage his vulnerability to capture the hearts and minds of his steady growing fanbase.
Check out the upbeat mini-movie today for Tee-Kay V’s new single “Make It” today.