Explain who you are for those who don’t know you?
Aye it’s ya boy Young Nino representing Stack Money Ent and and the A -Town to the fullest.
Where are you from?
I’m from Fairburn, the Southside of Atlanta.
What is it like growing up where your from?
It’s cool and laid back but it can go down at any moment anywhere. Being on the Southside of Atlanta you see and have it all. Everything from the dope boys getting money in the trap, gang banging, and hustling. Coming up I saw the money, cars, and girls. That’s what I was chasing after. It’s also real easy to get caught up in bullshit down there too. I got homeboy’s locked up and I have some who are no longer here with us. It’s real 75 and 85 southbound. For the most part though, where I’m from, people just grinding hard until they can come up! It’s not all bad though. The night life stays lit and Atlanta is known as the new Hollywood. On the flipside of the cameras and lights, movies and reality shows aren’t the only things going down where I’m from.
How did you get into music?
Being from the South I always was listened to the legends. I’m talking Outkast, Pastor Troy, UGK, Geto Boys, Scarface, and 8ball & MJG. Not only are those artist influential, but they paved the way for artist today. Especially in the South. After hearing them, and watching Master P and No Limit Records show the world what was going on in the South, I wanted to rap. I always had the drive, the grind, and a confident swagger to be a rapper. Making dope songs has always come easy to me. I just link up with producers who got that heat, hit the studio and go to work.
What is it that you do?
I entertain the people. I’m a great rapper and entertainer. I make my presence felt when I’m in the room. I make dope ass records and shut it down at shows.
What are your goals?
I have many goals. My main focus is expanding my brand and making it a household name. I signed myself to my own label Stack Money Ent. It’s all about building a empire that can’t be stopped. Music, television and fashion. I want to do it all.
What are you currently working on?
Right now we are promoting my hot new single called Hands On Ya Knees. It’s a dope record for the ladies and a club banger at the same time. We working!
How do you feel about the current state of HipHop?
I love the current state of Hip Hop. It’s a lot of artist grinding and putting in the work to be on top. I salute any artist who hustle and make it happen. Go get the money.
What makes you DOAP?
I’m being myself. I’m not trying to sound like someone else for notoriety and fame. My charisma and talent speaks for itself and is definitely second to none. I don’t follow trends I set them. I’m a trendsetter.
Anything else that you would like to add?
Yes, shout out to Doap House for the interview. My single Hands On Ya Knees is available everywhere. Stream and download it.