Former HipHopDX Features Editor Andre Grant said in his “Defense Of The Struggle Rapper” editorial, “Out of all the things the Hip Hop web has vilified, the “struggle rapper” might be the least deserving of all that ridicule.” Before Kendrick Lamar became big enough for Barack Obama to sing his praises or Drake found himself making deals with Apple, they were artists without a significantly large fanbase attempting what seemed like the impossible. Hitting the top of the charts became a distant goal to making past one hundred streams of a song possibly made within the confines of their bedroom walls and gaining likes, re-post or anything else that would reach someone. Providing a weekly outlet for those getting their feet wet in the sometimes brutal sport of Hip Hop, allow us to give readers a look into tomorrow’s possibilities through “Up NeXt.”
Yella Beezy’s Breakout Single “Trap In Designer” Is Gaining Real Steam On Soundcloud & YouTube
Inspiration For Career
“Honestly, my family. I come from a long line of music lovers and musicians. You can say it’s in my blood.”
Do you believe you have a shot at stardom?
“Without a doubt. I feel like I’m going to take one of the top spots in hip-hop. Much love to everybody out here doing their thing but my season is approaching.”
“I’ve been recording a lot of music for my next project but I still haven’t decided on a name. For now, just make sure you all go pick up my latest mixtape “Lite Work” via Livemixtapes and be sure to stream my breakout single”Trap In Designer” on Spotify. Don’t be surprised if you hear it on a radio station or in a club near you. We working hard right now!”