Yung D Releases Video For “I Say I” Off Record “Whom Shall I Fear”
April 16, 2013
The long awaited video for “I Say I” has finally been uploaded for everybody to embrace in. In the video you will see a very well produced clip that involved Yung D and all his crew in the background. The song is very well produced and the record “Whom I Shall Fear” speaks for itself, there are no words needed for that.
It is highly recommended that you download the album, not just for the love of hip hop, but for the appreciation of hip hop and the love of yourself. Treat your ears with some Yung D and I assure you'll not be disappointed.
The video “I Say” is available now via YouTube, you can click the link below to view it.
Yung D – I Say I (Music Video) – Hip Hop (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEJvzR22LOI)
Yung D is previously know from the record label Hypnotized Minds, however left in 2009 because he wanted to go in a different direction with his music. He previously released a music video “Damn/ What Chu Think” that took the underground Hip Hop community by storm, creating a buzz with his peers and followers.
A right decision made by Yung D, he is now basking in the glory of his latest release “Whom Shall I Fear” which is available as a complimentary download as a celebration.
Download: Yung D – Whom Shall I Fear (http://official.fm/playlists/pZGP)
"Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)" was the first appearance by our boy Yung D, this occurred when he was signed to Hypnotize Minds (Three 6 Mafia) and as a result, he has reached the number 18 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US and took the number 5 spot in the New Zealand single charts.
After parting ways with Hypnotize Minds, Yung D has re-established himself and the result is clear to us reading this. In 2013 U.M.D has partnered with Yung D to release new commercial hits digitally. The latest release being “I Say I”.
Oddly enough, "Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)" was released just two days before Lil Wayne's smash hit "Lollipop." While the two songs claim similar titles and subject matter, Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J, in an interview with BeatsPerMillennium, claims that this was pure coincidence and that Lil Wayne completed his song first. Also, the group's song was originally called "Lollipop," but out of respect for Lil Wayne, the name was changed to "Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)."
If you're a fan of real hip hop with influences from artist such as Tupac, Biggie, Nas, etc. then you should definitely hit up this great street album by Yung D.
“Real music with substance and passion. Heart felt music for real people.”
Yung D is now the CEO of Monumental Music Group partnered with Urban Music Digital and has released a new music video plus single “I Say” I April 6, 2013.
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