Young Row

Young Row

BandR&BHip Hop

My music is geared towards revisiting and bringing back real R&B! Where songs have true meaning.

Biography

Singer, Rapper, and Song Writer Christopher “Young Row” Aldridge was born in Austin TX, October 17th 1989.
He soon realized at the age of three that he had the capability to sing but never saw his self being an entertainer. Family and friends started to notice that his talent was undeniable and planted him in the church choir. As years went by his mother “Regina Dunlap” was married into the military which sent them off overseas to Germany, This is where he started to grow into loving music as a hobby and just wanted to sing for fun. Young Row started school and noticed that other students as well as him could sing and formed little groups and talent shows. Young Row learned that being creative and talented was something that kept his mother proud of him and that’s what kept him wanting to succeed in music. At the age of nine Young Row and his family left Germany and moved down south to Columbus Georgia, this is where music changed his life.
While watching television one of Young Rows idols appeared on the screen recording artist known as “Ginuwine” was performing a single called, Differences. This particular song moved Row and opened his eyes to new goals and achievements He now wanted to dance, travel and make music for fans like “Ginuwine”. All because of that one day his whole character changed he began to talk different, walk different, and started having an interest in the ladies, his mother soon saw a change in him as he got older at the age of twelve he hit middle school and turned into someone his family didn’t know he began slipping with his grades, and focusing on the wrong things, The way he began to act was over the top confused on where to go in his life dealing with the fact that his parents were separated he started to act out and lose focus on what was right, the more he acted out the further he pushed family away which put his self into a whole new world known as the hood. Young Row started over in Bastrop TX , in a neighborhood known as “Piney Creek” at this time Young Row was fifteen years old and was wild as ever ready to let loose any emotions he felt needed to be released. Fresh into High School he felt as if he had a point to prove because of his height and size he began fighting and entering the world of a drug dealer. Years of living the wrong way veered him from his dream until he met his cousin Devin Brown known as Deezie Fresh he showed Row that he was able to record his self and move cds and that caught his attention. Young Row linked up with an old friend known as Kj Hines who he made his first actual song with, the song was called “Bang My Screw” Young Row excited and pleased with the finish product and placed the song on a very popular social network called “Myspace” the feedback he got off the song created this addiction sensation to the studio and wanted to give the fans more he soon dropped a song called “SEX YO BODY’ which changed his life forever, it got to the point that he was taking pictures with fans, autographing shoes, clothes, and more, the rush he got put him in a comfortable mind frame that he made it which soon showed him that all good things come to an end. In 2008 he was placed in a hospital from a car accident that knocked all hope of making it down the drain, he began to slack and loose interest in his life long dream, the local fame began to fade he noticed that he was getting older and lost all faith of pushing to the next level. Years past once more and Young Row is currently twenty three and he has manage to pick his self up through tough situations from fighting, facing jail time, dealing with drama from his sons mother, and leaving the drug game behind to stepping back into the music industry like he never left he is currently putting his first mixtape together and is creating a new but cleaner buzz around Texas with his three new singles, Call Me, Twerk It, and Knockin Boots.
He now has his mother “Regina Dunlap” as his manager and doesn’t plan on stopping this time he realizes that working as a team, flying straight, and keeping God first is the only way to success and he wants to give back to those who gave to him when he was down. Now the only thing on his mind is where will he be five years from now?