MP3 Menace aka Young Terrific - Gravel Foundation
Music that expresses deep thoughts brought to the surface of today''s expectations and speaks the real with a twist..
7 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: West Coast Rap, HIP HOP/RAP: White-Boy Rap
As the youngest, Menace was to be seen and not heard until now. Interfering with the game in a positive manner, Young Terrific''s artistic content increases his life points to damage the Industry crucially. Born in Montana, he was raised from parts of the east coast to the southern parts of California. At 17 years of age, he has been constructing music since 1998 and is still working on developing a crisp style. Intrigued by Tupac, The Outlawz''s Regime, and Tech Nine, music burrowed into his heart and soul through his older brother FirstBorn, who back in the day ran with the Savages: Young Dawn, Tantrum the Mercenary and M.C.E. Menace then began writing music as a member of the Savage Committee. Approximately one year later he sub-sided with Triple Play Management, where he met his manager Big Cedric. He booked home studio time and recorded a small portion of product.
After seven solid years of self-improvement, Youngin'' accidentally ran across Mad Man Smooth and Sweat Shop Recordings. Losing all hope once before, he refused to let an opportunity like this pass him up. He promised himself that he would be heard one way or another. It''s been a struggle but business is being conducted and progress is walking.
As we speak, his hands are full with his EP "Gravel Foundation" and his first full length solo album "The Unheard Cry". Future plans hold a spiritual album. As far as being involved with the whole business side of things, he is still new behind the scenes; creating an unbreakable ambition to learn what he doesn''t know and accomplish what he has always wanted. Underneath it all, he has performed in plays, school talent shows, house parties, church organizations and two firm years in mass choir.
Deep thoughts brought to the surface of today''s expectations; Menace a.k.a. Young Terrific speaks the real with a twist.