Music Industry News Network [11-14-2012]
Brooklyn Rapper Young HD Tells The Industry To "Make Way" For His Arrival
There are lots of young male rappers in the game, but there's something about Young HD that stands out from the crowd. Some industry insiders are touting him as the “future of Hip Hop." Young HD has developed a strong following with his explosive lyrics and energetic performances. There's always something refreshing about an artist who feels comfortable in his own skin. At a time when there is a blur between creativity and mediocrity, Young HD is redefining Hip Hop wih authenticity.
He is creating an enormous buzz with his latest single "Make Way." Young HD debuted the song during a live in studio interview on Shade 45 Sirius/XM radio. Moreover, a dynamic music video of the song, which was directed by Nicholas Parish, has been featured on MTV.com, VladTV.com, Thisis50.com and more. The lyrics on "Make Way" are witty and braggadocious, whereby Young HD warns the rap heads that "he's coming for the crown." In fact, his mission is to become a DIAMOND in a Music world full of CUBIC ZIRCONIAS. Terrell Annunziata, professionally knonw as Young HD, was born and raised in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. "I grew up listening to a wide range of music which helped form the foundation of my sound today," states the rapper.
His influences include Fabolous, Biggie and Jay-Z. Young HD is signed to GreenPaper414 Entertainment. The entrepreneurial rapper even has a Clothing Collection called NERDS OF SWAG. Equally important, Young HD has honed his stage presence to become a great performer. He's performed at the world famous BB Kings in Times Sq, the Hellen Mills Theater in NYC, the Shelborne in South Beach, Miami and much more.
With a goal to conquer the current music climate of mediocrity, Young HD is certainly worth keeping a tab on as an "artist to watch." For booking or press, please email email@example.com. Also follow Young HD on Twitter @officialYoungHD.
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