Young L.O.R.D.
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Young L.O.R.D.

Lexington, Kentucky, United States | SELF

Lexington, Kentucky, United States | SELF
Band Hip Hop R&B


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"Lyricist On Real Diversity: A look at Young L.O.R.D"

One can tell a lot about a person by their name. After first hearing about Young L.O.R.D, I had to know what was his name was about.

“My name stands for Lyricist On Real Diversity. It was given to me by another artist who said the name fit me perfectly. Some people may take it wrong at first glance, but I personally feel like diversity is a key ingredient to the success of an artist, so I kept the name and ran with it,” said Young L.O.R.D.

After putting out his first project in 2003, Young L.O.R.D has been performing in Lexington and has been an opening act for Nappy Roots. His self-described music is clever. Young L.O.R.D says he tries to mix what people want to hear with what he thinks people need to hear.

“If I can give you a message, and make it in a way that you can’t get it out of your head, mission accomplished,” said Young L.O.R.D.

The solo artist hopes one day he can use whatever success he has had to help make Lexington a music hot spot.

“There is so much talent in Lexington, it’s beyond ridiculous. All the true artists stand out because of their love for the music. It bleeds through everything in the music, like silent magic. If anything makes me different it’s that I love doing this, some of these "artists" aren't in it for the love,” said Young L.O.R.D.

Many artists have goals they want to accomplish as an artist and really see that moment as one when they know they have become successful.

“As an artist, a big accomplishment for me would be to meet any other artist that I was a fan of growing up, and turn them into a fan of mine,” said Young L.O.R.D.

Young L.O.R.D will be performing at Jump-Off at Salottos on August 17th. For more information check out - TopsInLex


"Young L.O.R.D. Mixtape vol 2"
"The conflict theory Mixtape Vol 3"
"Get Boss or Get Lost Mixtape"

"I Gotta Know" - Used on VH1's (40 most shocking breakups)
"She Out There" - Receiving radio spins in Lexington, KY

"50-60-75" - (Video Game Release)

"Get Fresh" ft. Young Chu (Single)
"Go 2 Work" (Single)
"Hate Me Too" (Single)
"What Money Do" (Single)
"Pockets Stay Chubby" (Single)



From the humble surroundings of Lexington, Kentucky emerges a 23-year old artist with a passion for music like no other. Young L.O.R.D. a.k.a Tha Playboi brings to the world an extreme amount of overall skills in the areas of Emceeing, Producing and Songwriting.

Although Young L.O.R.D wrote his first rhymes during his freshman year of high school, he has made exceptional and almost unsurpassable progress in a very short amount of time. After being challenged to write rhymes in a few minutes on a various amount of topics, and doing so successfully, he was named Young L.O.R.D by a fellow emcee. L.O.R.D stands for Lyricist On Real Diversity.

Many say that Young L.O.R.D.'s skills surpass even some of the veterans in the game today. He brings diverse content, witty punch-lines, and a constantly adapting delivery.

The factors that stand out most about Young L.O.R.D. are his work ethic and his overall drive for success. He has a diverse style that is all his own, but at the same time, always changing to fit what he is trying to accomplish.

Stage presence is not foreign to Young L.O.R.D. either. He's opened for many Super Star acts such as Trina, Clipse, Too $hort, Nappy Roots, Busta Rhymes, Cee Lo Greene, Akon, Jadakiss, Lil Scrappy, Yung Joc and Lil Flip to name a few, and the list continues to grow. During the fall of 2006 he was featured on the outwork me tour which had shows in TN, NC, SC, GA and FL. He also made it to the finals of a local Def Jam competition consisting of over 50 acts. In addition, he's been requested to do local club performances and after parties as well.

Young L.O.R.D. Young L.O.R.D. has achieved numerous feats as an artist as well as a producer.

A song titled “50-60-75” was requested from his debut Mixtape to be featured in the Midway released video game “L.A. Rush”. This game features Twista and Bill Bellamy as well as a star-studded musical cast.

His production skills have been heard internationally through his contributions to artists such as Diamond (of Crime Mob) - "F**k Tha World", as well as to Cunninlynguists member Natti with his hit "Baby".

He also achieved over 3 million visitors, and 1 million plays on his website where he was a frequent chart topper in both the Beat/Producers Section and the Hip-Hop section. He's had 24 songs reach the top 10, and nine hit #1 in their Genre.

Looking at his work ethic and achievements, Young L.O.R.D is sure to see national and global success is near future.