MP3 Yung Slab - Natural Hawggin
This Fourteen track cd has some of the most amazing beats and lyrics come out on a Independent label. Get Ready for a taste of the past mix with the present.
14 MP3 Songs in this album (57:34) !
Related styles: HIP-HOP/RAP: Southern Style, HIP-HOP/RAP: Dirty South
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Amid the scores of new hip-hop rappers, "Yung Slab" is a bonafide standout, an emerging star that disarms his fans with lyrical dexterity, dirty south anthems and quotes. The twenty-something rapper and songwriter is a triple threat offering real and raw lyrics, a delivery, and a face and style that goes with hip hop "The song "Dirty South" is considered an anthem for the southern states,” it''s about letting others know that the south as a whole has been grinding and how the south gets down.” The Arkansas native who now resides in Dallas, TX came out with his impressive debut single which features a new talent producer name Round-man, a rare feat for new talent. “My influence was growing up in the streets of Arkansas. I knew I had to find a way out of the life I was living, and I knew music would take me there." Almost from the beginning, Yung Slab dreamed of something bigger than Emerson, Arkansas. He felt that with his NSP (Natural State Players) click it could be done. He left Arkansas after taking his stepfather’s advice and moving to Dallas, Texas. "I have always loved music since I first performed in school. In middle school, I started writing rhymes, and then I started adding beats with the rhymes in my head. I was free styling in the hallways all the time. I wasn’t sure about what I wanted to do until around 2003.” In 2005, Yung Slab hooked up with his stepfather and his stepfather’s partner Ray, who had formed Past2Present Entertainment, An independent record label. His stepfather, who he refers to as “Pops” told him that he would be the first artist on the label and that he would be the one that gets the label off the ground with his extraordinary skills. He let him know that he felt he was in a class by himself and that it would show but, it would take a lot of hard work. "I still kept writing. I was writing down my experiences and the stuff I saw going on in my life. I was doing other things, but I never stopped writing," he states. “I knew I wanted to make this happen, I just had to make the sacrifices and stay focused." Yung Slab’s music has enough diversity to defy all labels. “I make great music"