Young K-YEL | The Antidote

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The Antidote

by Young K-YEL

Hardcore, Street, Hyphy, Crunk, Grimy, Gangsta, Westcoast
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap
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1. Intro
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2. Gangsta
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3. Thermostat
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4. Kick It Wit Us
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5. Ride Wit Me
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6. Oh Yes
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7. Bouncin and Rollin
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8. What You Gone Do
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9. Real Hip Hop
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10. The Antidote
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11. Throwed Off
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12. Wit the Shit
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13. Hey Yo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Young K-YEL was born and raised in the southside of Sacramento, California having also lived in Texas with his father growing up. At a young age he began free styling and writing raps for fun. Those who know him would say music has always been a hobby for him. With his father having played in a band for years during Young K-YEL's childhood its easy to say music has always been in his blood. Young K-YEL knew from the start of his pursuit in music that he would have to fight an uphill battle to get noticed. Not being from New York, Los Angeles or Atlanta but from Sacramento, Young K-YEL knew it would take a special kind of determination to get his voice heard. Having overcome many obstacles and struggles of daily trials growing up, Young K-YEL relates his music to many experiences that he himself has experienced, or has seen out in the streets. He realizes that he has a responsibility as an artist to not put out such a negative message in his music. He knows himself as a rapper and as a man, and does not need to defame others with ignorance of expression but always speaking the real truth.
Young K-YEL is from same city where artist such as C-Bo, Young Meek, Brother Lynch and Bueno originated from. He is not here to just do music but to take his music to another level with his rhyme techniques and different lyrical styles. Growing up Young K-YEL was influenced by infamous West Coast styles such as N.W.A, E-40, Tupac, Too Short, and Mac Dre. He also grew up influenced by many other artist such as Scarface, Ghetto Boys, NAS and the Wu Tang Clan.
In 2000 Young K-YEL hooked up with his cousin Cilla Caine alongside with close friends T-Mac and Kronik-Dogg forming the rap group P.C.O "Paper Chasing Organization". Together they signed with Black Market records out of Sacramento, California releasing one of his first albums " Money Hungry". The album was a success and is considered to be one of many West Coast classics. He has performed on stage with artist such as B-Legit, Spice-1, Keak da Sneak , YukMouth and many more. He also has featured on songs with artist Brotha Lynch, Mr. Doctor and many others.
Young K-YEL says "Sac is on some underground shit". He has been able to navigate through some ruff waters to get heard. He never stopped putting in work and is very ambitious, but he knows that ambition alone will not make it in this game. Now as a solo artist he has started his own company "InnerG Records". He already has released mix tapes titled "Voice of the Streets" volumes one and two. Young K-YEL's next release will be his anticipated solo album "The Antidote". His albums are sure to make noise in the streets and will continue to get louder as he puts out more versatile High quality music. His creativity and energy proves that he has enough heat to light up the rap seen now and for years to come.

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