We received another music request to put another song by an independent artist this morning. However, this is the first request that has even included a press release. Enjoy! The song that was attached will debut around 12:30 CST.
NEW YORK – It’s about time. It’s about change. It’s about Young Vinchi.
The rap game’s newest MC is ready to bookmark his place among fans’ favorites. The 21-year-old’s flow is relaxed, his raps are simple; easy enough for the younger set to rap along, but mature enough to make both Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj blush.
Young Vinchi boasts plenty ‘bout being a Freaky King looking for his Freaky Queen on the November 12th release of his debut single “BLC: Baddest Lil’ Chick” on New York’s TroubleMaka Records. The song, with its bouncy Hotlanta flavor, is infectious, in your face and certain to be a strip-club jam, a Hummer joint and Ipod favorite.
Young Vinchi was born Albert Neysmith Jr. on May 31, 1987 to Jamaican parents and raised in the Bronx, N.Y. by a close-knit family. He began rapping at age 8 to entertain his friends at school and by the time he got to Banana Kelly High School he was the designated class “interrupter”.
Like all entertainers, he developed a fondness for attention and soon entered the school’s fashion and talent showcases where he fine tuned his showmanship and savoir faire. After graduation, he attended LaGuardia Community College and studied theater and communications.
Vinchi also began performing at open mics and small venues around the New York metro area – Harlem, the Bronx, Long Island and New Jersey – and wet his thirst for success after winning a $1,000 prize at a local amateur night contest.
In 2007, he moved to Atlanta and began working with a number of up-and-coming producers that helped season his style by developing neck-popping bass heavy production to add to his slow, marinating braggadocio. Listen closely to his twang and see if you can’t pick up the popular idioms of your favorite trap house.
But don’t label him, as he says, “I’m a New Yorker with Southern roots”.
Upon the prodigal son’s return to the Big Apple, Vinchi began recording new material and has worked with several producers including Johnny Montana, Infinity and Jem Stones but it was his track partnership with The Traveler, from his neighborhood, that he is most proud.
Vinchi not only wrote but he also co-produced his three new songs “BLC: Baddest Lil Chick”, “NASTY” and “I WANT THE CASH”; all to be featured on his first EP “IT’S ME” under the guidance of his management team TroubleMaka, http://www.troublemaka.com/.
Get ready to get it any way you want it. No more rookie swag, it’s time for the pro. It’s time to tell you why it’s time for Young Vinchi.