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Examples of "youngsta"
A key member and the face of Tempa Recordings is DJ and producer Youngsta, which has been in charge of artists and repertoire for the label since it inception.
Martin distributes music under the umbrella of Big Ballin Records and Youngsta Records. He has also used various other outside companies to distribute a series of albums of popular music.
3 Way is the debut extended play (EP) by American hip hop group Migos. It was released on July 7, 2016, by Quality Control Entertainment and YRN tha Label. The EP features a single guest appearance from Blac Youngsta. The EPs production is handled by Zaytoven, Cassius Jay, Dun Deal and Ricky Racks.
PKO declined recording deals with major labels and remained an independent label. Throughout the 1990s PKO released their own albums as well as those of other artists on their label, Youngsta Records. Martin later went solo, and his debut album, "Nino", sold 100,027 units and hit #84 on the Billboard Rap Charts.
In October 2015 Markee Ledge announced 'Elevate' an album that featured a selection of guest singers including Alys Be, Susie Ledge, and Jodie Elms, as well as guest producers including J Kenzo, Seven, Leon Switch, dubspeeka and DJ Youngsta from Rinse FM.
Cook contributes her photographs to music and arts publications such as XLR8R, Wire Magazine, Time Out, BBC Radio 1, The Daily Telegraph, The Society for Curious Thought, Qvest Edition and "The Village Voice". Her images also feature in a variety of CD and Vinyl releases including Dubstep Allstars Vol. 2 mixed by DJ Youngsta (Tempa), Burial's Untrue (Hyperdub) and Steppas' Delight (Soul Jazz Records).
White Friday (CM9) is the twentieth and first retail mixtape by American rapper Yo Gotti. It released on December 23, 2016 by Collective Music Group, Roc Nation and Epic Records . The mixtape features guest appearances from LunchMoney Lewis, Kodak Black, YFN Lucci, DJ Khaled, Kanye West, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Quavo, and Blac Youngsta The mixtape is supported by the singles "Castro" featuring Kanye West, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, and Quavo, "Weatherman" featuring Kodak Black, and "Blah Blah Blah".
Flying Lotus, Autechre, Salt N Pepa, Mixmaster Mike, Grandmaster Flash, Adam Beyer, Roots Manuva, Model 500, Derrick May (musician), Antipop Consortium, Joy Orbison, Ellen Allien, Joris Voorn, Omar-S, DJ Rush, Lindstrom, Lee Curtiss, Surgeon A/V, Nathan Fake, Alden Tyrell, dBridge, , Breakage, Subhead, Channel One Sound System, Ms. Dynamite, Wiley, Boy Better Know, DJ Zinc, Geeneus, Marcus Nasty, Youngsta, DJ Chef, Katy B, Roska, Mark Emestus (Rhythm & Sound) feat. Tikiman, Marcel Dettmann, Noyeahno, Shed, Joker, Kode 9 b2b Martyn, Pinch, Distance, T++, Mungo's Hi Fi, DJ Hype, MJ Cole, Raffertie, Kanji Kinetic, Reso, AGT Rave Cru, Marco Bernardi
Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight is the second studio album by American hip hop recording artist Travis Scott. It was released on September 2, 2016, by Grand Hustle Records and Epic Records. It exclusively premiered through Travis Scott and Chase B's radio show ".wav radio" on Beats 1 and Apple Music. The album features guest appearances from André 3000, Kid Cudi, Cassie, Young Thug, Nav, Blac Youngsta, 21 Savage, Kendrick Lamar, Bryson Tiller, Quavo, K. Forest and The Weeknd; as well the production that was handled by Scott himself, along with other high-profile record producers such as Vinylz, Mike Dean, Cardo, Frank Dukes and Allen Ritter, among others.
Forward» also ran a radio show on east London pirate station Rinse FM, hosted by Kode9. The original Forward» line ups included Hatcha, Youngsta, Kode 9, Zed Bias, Oris Jay, Slaughter Mob, Jay Da Flex, DJ Slimzee, and others, plus regular guests. The line up of residents has changed over the years to include Youngsta, Hatcha, Geeneus, and Plastician, with Crazy D as MC/host. Producers including D1, Skream and Benga make regular appearances.Another crucial element in the early development of dubstep was the Big Apple Records record shop in Croydon. Key artists such as Hatcha and later Skream worked in the shop (which initially sold early UK Hardcore / Rave, Techno and House and later, garage and drum and bass, but evolved with the emerging dubstep scene in the area), while Digital Mystikz were frequent visitors. El-B, Zed Bias, Horsepower Productions, Plastician, N Type, Walsh and a young Loefah regularly visited the shop as well. The shop and its record label have since closed.
As a teenager, Martin was a gang member and drug dealer on the streets of San Antonio. In the mid-1980s, he made friends with Mark "Magic" Outing and together, along with Robert "AK" Hill and childhood friend Ted "K-Sam" Meadows, they formed the nucleus of the rap group PKO (Pounds, Keys- or kilos, and Ounces, a reference to the weights at which drugs are bought and sold). PKO performed at local nightclubs and parties and developed a strong fan base. They began to release singles under their independent label, Youngsta Records.
In 1991, a upcoming 19-year old rapper from West Philly named Emanuel "Mentally Gifted" Parks of The Hill-Top Hustlers was working on some songs for a possible project, one of his tracks that he was working on was called "Somethin 4 Da Youngstas". Parks felt the song needed a more younger vibe, so he asked his producer's (Lawrence L.G Goodman) son, Qu'ran (13), to join the song, later Taji (14) joined then Tarik (15) joined, Parks was so impressed with the song, he let them have it as their demo, thus Da Youngsta was born. It was shopped around and East West Records picked the demo up.
David Junior Ngcobo (born 11 February 1997), better known by his stage name Nasty C, is a South African rapper, songwriter and record producer.He grew up in Durban where he was raised by his father. His mother died when he was only 11 months due to a car accident. He is most known for the single "Way It Go" by DJ Switch featuring Tumi and Youngsta, as well as the well-received remix to his single "Juice Back", which features Davido and Cassper Nyovest. He was the youngest recipient for an award at the 2015 South African Hip Hop Awards, namely the Best Freshman Award.
By 2003, Reed had been supported by DJ Hatcha on tracks such as Hard Graft, which saw his grimy take on the instrumental sound being welcomed by the FWD contingent, leading to releases on Ammunition Promotions' Soulja, and ROAD imprints and in the summer saw Reed's first appearance at the world famous FWD event at Plastic People, London. Soon after, Reed had established himself as a FWD favourite and was announced as one of 4 residents at the club in 2004, alongside Dubstep royalty, DJ Hatcha, Youngsta and Rinse FM owner, DJ Geeneus. This also led to Plastician earning himself a weekly slot on East London pirate station, Rinse FM – which he still remains on to this day.
After releasing 12-inch singles on Big Apple, they founded DMZ Records, which has released fourteen 12"s to date. They also began their night DMZ, held every two months in Brixton, a part of London already strongly associated with reggae. DMZ has showcased new dubstep artists such as Skream, Kode 9, Benga, Pinch, DJ Youngsta, Hijak, Joe Nice, and Vex'd. DMZ's first anniversary event (at the Mass venue, a converted church) saw fans attending from places as far away as Sweden, the United States, and Australia, leading to a queue of 600 people at the event. This forced the club to move from its regular 400-capacity space to Mass' main room, an event cited as a pivotal moment in dubstep's history.
Joe Nice is a dubstep DJ from Baltimore, Maryland. Nice was the first person to put on dubstep nights in America and founded New York's irregular Dub War club night, which has hosted performances by British dubstep artists such as Hatcha, Youngsta, Kode9, Mala, and Loefah. He performs regularly in New York, London (including at scene pillar DMZ), and elsewhere. He first heard dubstep in 2002, at the Baltimore venue Starscape, and began playing it that same year. He has been praised for his charisma and stage presence. In 2005 music journalist Martin Clark also praised him for his access to new dubplates (in contrast to other American dubstep DJs) and willingness to play tracks by lesser-known producers. In 2007, Nice was selected as one of URB magazine's "Next 100". In 2015, he founded the label known as Gourmet Beats, pushing content from the likes of Moonstones, Fill Spectre & DJG.