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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States | SELF

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States | SELF
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Yung O is a rising independent rapper from Oklahoma City. He turned to rapping as a way to stay out of trouble. And though numerous obstacles have tried to get in his way, Yung O has stayed focused and comitted to his craft. His determination has proved to be successful so far. He has six projects under his belt, as well as several local awards. He has opened for big named acts like Trina, Chamillionaire, etc. He dropped a track with B.o.B and the list goes on. Not a bad resume for an indie rapper, huh? Yung O has a connection to a phrase that goes: "Fly by any means, no doubt." But is his single fly? Click the jump to find out.

The production here is good. It contains a low bass with light instruments, such as a piano. The overall vibe of the track is smooth/grown and sexy. The hook is dope too. Jay Keyz has a very pleasant sound to his vocals. Also, the lyrics are nicely constructed. The verses are on point as well. Y.O. has a unique tone to his flow. His delivery is in perfect sync with the production and his lyrics are quality.

"I know you hate it how you always seem to catch a player. But be a believer, I'm your reliever. You can catch some air. See you in need of special care, let me attend. When yo man get to acting up, put him on suspend. So you tell me you was happiest growing up with yo friends. Then come with me, and I can make you feel like 17 again. See I ain't him and he ain't O;" that's some strong game spitting right there. Overall, this track is a banger. Perfect mood music for an intimate occasion. For more with Yung O, readers can visit his website or give him a shout on Twitter.

- Examiner.com (Miracle LeRoy)

I seriously have no idea who this guy is but i'm in love with this track. Mostly for Johnny Juliano's sexy instrumental but Yung O does his thing on this too. Definitely a feeling i know well. Props to Juliano for putting me onto this guy, gonna keep checking for him. - On Rap Radio

Yung O - “Eddie Kane Jr” – Who knew Oklahoma City had such a raging underground hip hop scene? - Ourstage.com


July 2011
"Put It Down" (Single) streaming and radio
"Eddie Kane Jr." (Single) streaming

February 2011
"10.10.10" (Mixtape)

July 2010
"O-City Shutdown 3" (LP)

October 2009
"1010" (Mixtape)

August 2009
"Beat Flippaz presents Yung O" (LP)

March 2009
"Shawty" featuring Chalie Boy (Single) streaming and radio



"Y.O., a rapper from Oklahoma is determined to put his state on the map with his power packed punchlines, staggering versatility, and genuine southern flow. While in school, Y.O. had a hard time adjusting to authority figures so he quickly turned to rapping as a hobby to stay out of trouble. His peers encouraged him to pursue a career in music, which he did. With a lot of burdens to overcome in his personal life, O never lost his focus of succeeding in the music industry.
More determined than ever, Y.O. released 4 solid projects: 1010, Beat Flippaz presents Yung O, O-City Shutdown 3, and the new fan favorite, "10.10.10". He won the Most Known Artist (2010), Best 16 (2009), Best hook (2009), Most Known Label (2009) at the Oklahoma Music Awards.
Y.O. has been greeted the opportunity to open up for major acts such as Chamillionaire, E-40, Youngbloodz, Trina, Lil Flip, Webbie, Chalie Boy, Dorrough and more. Additionallly, his single – “I Can’t See You” ft. B.o.B received over 26,000 downloads online in 2010.