Young Nisa
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Young Nisa

Shreveport, LA | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Shreveport, LA
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Hip Hop


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Young Nisa

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An Ohio native, this passionate Taurus has been hustling in the name of hip hop for most of her life.
As a little girl, YOUNG NISA had to be discrete about her love of hip hop, secretly listening to songs her
mother would never approve of. Her love affair began when she first heard Snoop Dogg’s
“Doggysytle.” The LBC’s smoothest rapper captured her attention and kept her hooked. As soon as
she was old enough, Young Nisa got a job just to support her music­loving habit, buying enough CDs
to fill her own music store.

YOUNG NISA’s appreciation for the music of the streets developed into a hunger for the stage when
she became a fan of the man she considers the best lyricist in the business – Nas. A Nas song inspired
her moniker. The lyrics “Nas is the man, Nisa is the woman” gave the aspiring rapper her stage name.
“I wanted to be the female version of him, so I took that name,” She explains.

Some two decades later YOUNG NISA has accomplished a lot – moving out on her own, and
graduating from college. Still, YOUNG NISA’s dream of becoming the female version of her legendary
favorite is the one thing she’s eager to fulfill. YOUNG NISA’s move from the Midwest to the Dirty
South has had its twists and turns. After graduating from high school, YOUNG NISA headed to Florida
for college (graduating with a degree in Audio Engineering); then she hit the streets of the South’s
new music Mecca – Atlanta, GA.

YOUNG NISA reveals that her experience in Atlanta was bittersweet: “I learned so much. I was so
green going into the industry. I didn’t know how to market myself, so I learned that on my own.” Her
growing pains did have some positives. YOUNG NISA got the chance to perform with rapper Gucci
Mane and for some key record executives; but the buzz she built in the South’s hottest city soon died
down and she moved on.

Now a Louisiana resident, YOUNG NISA is back on the grind. Her hustle in her newest city got her a job
on a radio street team and then an on­air gig. Now thousands of people hear her voice every night on
Shreveport’s KMJJ (99.7 FM). Establishing her own company called The PinkRobotz, she released her
first official mixtape entitled “Black Diamonds” pushed her focus back to the music. Now with the
buzz of her singles “Rap Game” & “Bounce That” she’s ready to go after the dream she had once upon
a time. 

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