MP3 Young Phill - Collector's Edition
Southern hip hop. All the hits and classic headbangers, from the Southern Prince of Performace from 2000 thru 2006.
23 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Southern Style, HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop
This Whole music thing started for me when I saw Sheila E. play the drums in one of her videos I was like, "damn, homegirl playing the shit out those drums, ya dig?" The beat was nice too so you really couldn''t help but to groove with it. Every time one of her videos came on, I was right there with my blue cookie monster bucket and two pencils trying to duplicate her drum pattern. Once I got good at it, it was hell for everyone in the house!
By the time I was 10, I started rapping. at that age, I really didn''t know what a bar was so I freestyled a hook and a verse and remembered it. When I got into high school, I learned how to write in bars. Then every morning in the cafeteria me and my niggas would shit at out table and have us a little rap session. I would beat on the table and they would rap. One day they flipped the script on me. We were in the middle of one of our flowing sessions and my boy, Will just stopped in the middle I was like, "What the fuck?" He said, you always doing beats, and now you rap and I do the beats." I told him, "you think I won''t when I will." I did my thing and he liked it and asked me to rap on his label, I said cool.
About a year passed, we put an album out that sold like hot cakes throughout the whole school. Now I had me a name not just in school, but in the neighborhood. We started doing shows around the metroplex and every thing was going all right. Well, until Will went to college and took the label with him, that left me back at the beginning. Then about August, September of 2000, Ra''Koo started Ra''Koo Nation Entertainment and we have been going ever since.