World Premiere! Five Questions With Young Memph.
I had the pleasure of catching up with someone from one of the best cities to be from, a place that I have visited at least 20 times in my life because my grand mother is from Mississippi, an artist that has burning up the radio air waves with my Dj crew the Nerve Dj’s and how is getting major love from K-100 radio; World Wide Muzic’s Hip Hop recording artist Young Memph.
Young Memph has previously worked with several prominent producers such as Southside (808 Mafia), Feel Good Music and Jerry Flowers. He has been collaborating with a multitude of artists and producers on his forthcoming album “”BackYard GrammYs” scheduled to be released Summer 2105.The 2015 Salute the DJs Awards Show (Atlanta, GA) and The Black History Month Parade and Festival in Woodruff Park (Atlanta, GA)
You can see and hear more from Young Memph on his YouTube channel Youngmemph901 and by following him on twitter/instagram. For bookings, drops, features and interview requests please contact World Wide Muzic’s Todd Taylor at EnochEnt@gmail.com.
- Where did you grow up at? Was it Memphis or Atlanta?
Memphis and Atlanta.
- Your single Shame On Hip Hop switches beats up throughout the song; where did you get that idea from?
From Ice Cube.
- When did you get your first tattoo and which one of your tattoos means the most to you?
When I was 14 & the tattoos the mean the most are the ones on my face my parents birthdates because without them I wouldn’t be here.
- When you are looking for the next beat to rap over what is your process?
I let the song choose me. Then I just become the final instrument to the track.
- You’re a younger man; Where do you see yourself in 3 years?
In three years I feel I’ll be close to making history with my creativity.
If you could be a part of any movie in the past what movie would you be in and what part would you play? My friend said that he would be the costume and wardrobe person for players club.
I’d play the role of Tupac in his documentary