Magnetic music from Southern Rapper Yung Noble motivates the masses
HAZLEHURST, GA – A magnetic new sound from up-and-coming Rapper Yung Noble is setting the South on fire with motivational tracks and tales of inspiration.
Operating out of Hazlehurst, Georgia – a small town just over the border from Florida – this young Hip Hop artist is already leaving his mark on the music industry with his brash and bold storylines and his one-of-a-kind Southern flow. His whole life is an interesting tale and he weaves those words through each and every song he releases.
His most recent offering to the world is a huge vibe called “Big Dawg Status.” It’s the kind of song perfect for the summer, with a beat that will make listeners bob their heads, feel good and want to move.
“If you have any kind of musical inclination, it’ll make you want to move,” Yung Noble said. “It’s a song that talks about appearances and places and things that I do every day – things I’ve been through in the streets or dealt with females or just life in general. All of that is compacted and compressed and put together into this great-sounding vibe.”
Noble said the handful of people who have already heard it have given him great feedback, and he’s looking forward to making a big splash on the national stage when it goes wide across all streaming platforms in early June. Later this year, Noble said he plans to follow this single with a full mixtape called “LSD” which stands for Love, Strength and Determination. Not only will it be a project that further explores his unique sound and style, but it will also take listeners into a deeper dive of his story while also inspiring people from all walks of life to embrace love, strength and determination in their own lives.
“I want my music to be known for the quality of it, for one,” Noble said, “the quality of my message and the quality of the sound. And I want people to know that I always try to help people and I always kept going and did not stop. I want them to see the relentlessness and the drive. And more than anything, I want them to see the purity of the whole situation I’m bringing – to listen to my songs and say, ‘Damn! This dude’s been through a lot! He’s good at what he does and he likes doing what he does. Maybe I can do that, too.’ So it’s deeper than just the music.”
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