Featured Artist: Young DBO Poised For Greatness (Music Video Inside)

| July 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

Young Dbo

Young Dbo, is poised to take the nation by storm.  Just as his iconic hood nickname suggest, this young trapstar turned rap star is bullying his way to music stardom. Young Dbo was born in Atlanta, Georgia on January 19th, 1989. Don’t let his age fool you; this young menace has been blazing his saddles in the game since he was 13 years old. But his journey hasn’t been an easy one. Young Dbo was born the middle child of 3 boys.


Young DBO – I’m Back Freestyle

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I’m home
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Rape Me (featuring lil Hot & Pill)
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Young Dbo’s relationship with his family began his journey of perseverance and determination. Even though his relationship with his mother was a good one it began to strain when she moved away leaving Young Dbo and his younger brother to fend for themselves in the dismal streets of Atlanta’s notorious 4th Ward. At the tender age of 13, Young Dbo was unable to find suitable employment and instead entered the world of drugs as a first round trapstar. After quickly establishing himself amongst 4th Wards most infamous alumni, he began to take frequent trips in and out of youth detention centers and as time passed, prison.


Young Dbo was discovered by hood legend Boo Gotti. at a neighborhood freestyle contest where he destroyed seasoned lyricist and artist twice his age. After hundreds of studio sessions and dozens of free-style conquest Young Dbo has quickly branded himself as the newest young rap phenom and is ruthlessly building himself into the next hip hop juggernaut.  The streets are hailing his track “I’m Home” as the thug anthem of the summer with “Rape Me” a single with Atlanta’s infamous Lil Hot and Pill mercin’ clubs all over the nation and garnering the attention of labels and fans alike.

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