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YTM Young Tru Millionaires

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE
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The best kept secret in music

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"On “DA Hell Of It” YTM Express Themselves, Without Confines!"

Young Tru Millionaires (YTM) consists of four young men, Yung Christyle, Mon Franklins, TrueReligion Kid Nike, and Money Walk Shorty. Formally known as Real Niggas Wit Money (RNWM). All except one were born and raised in Chattanooga, TN, but they all grew up together.

They’re all related to each other as well. Mon and Christyle are brothers, while Nike and Money Walk are cousins to each other and the two brothers. They had friendship before anything. Then later found out that Money Walk Shorty was blood related to the other three, additionally drawing them closer and generating an everlasting bond.

It was in 2007 when they united at Tyner High school, where they came up with their street smashing 1st record titled “Try Me Now”. They individually decided to put their heads together and deliver a new age of music. “Try Me Now” was an electrifying remake of Lil Boosie’s “Wipe Me Down”. That one song gained them street creditability and attention from all the high schools around the city, leading them to doing local shows around their local area.



Later, they linked up with their uncle and Southern Comfort Ent, CEO L. BooBee Torrey, who took them from home recording to commercial recording studios of Southern Comfort. Since Real Niggas Wit Money wasn’t a presentable name, they agreed on changing the name and labeled themselves Young Tru Millionaires, YTM for short.

Their most recent hits “Da Hell of It”, “Bizurk”, “I Swear” and “100” has had the streets buzzing and has also brought collaborations with other artists throughout their region. At the end of July, summer of 2011, they apparently caught YouTube phenomena Soulja Boy jacking their lyrics from their single “Da Hell of It”, naming his song “Hell of It”, which he leaked on twitter. YTM immediately posted statuses, tweets, and videos all over their social networks, quickly getting the word out to the public. They’re currently having Soulja Boy’s song along with theirs, reviewed by the Attorneys for copyright infringement before they take further action.

In the meantime, their Uncle was arrested and taken in to serve time in prison. Unfortunately, their management fell apart so the group took their own money and financed their own studio. Three and a half years later YTM are set to go with their original family. The new “Immaculate Southern Comfort Entertainment”.


With the exception of a few releases, hip hop is currently letting a lot of people down again. It’s predictability, self-assured ego and lack of depth and emotional power has everyone searching elsewhere for their musical feeds. Then along comes YTM, a talented, progressive and outright spunky group that hits you over the head with their latest release “DA Hell Of It”.

For the straight ahead hip hopper,“DA Hell Of It” is the one for you. At a time when most artists run the risk of sounding the same over and over again, YTM proves to the world that Hip Hop is what you make of it, infusing their own thing, and creating something new. It takes a lot of confidence in to go out and produce something different, yet they pull it off with this single and show the world that they are indeed multi-talented.

“DA Hell Of It” sticks to typical hip hop flavor with some smart bass head twists and YTM fire. Whether you are a die-hard hip hop/rap fan or someone that is totally new to this foursome and genre, you will have a great appreciation for these fellas and their art.

On “DA Hell Of It” the YTM “Young Tru Millionaires” are just doing what everyone else wants to do, but can’t. YMT are expressing themselves, without the confines of the record industry restricting them.

So many rappers can’t truly be the artists they want to be, because they are limited to the confines of their contract, inhibiting them to create music in a certain way. This doesn’t happen to YTM. On their Immaculate Southern Comfort Entertainment label, they are allowed to prove the evolution of their skills. - Jamsphere.com


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Young Tru Millionaires (YTM) consists of four young men, Yung Christyle, Mon Franklins, TrueReligion Kid Nike, and Money Walk Shorty. Formally known as Real Niggas Wit Money (RNWM), they each bring confidence, creativity, and leadership to the table when its time to compose music. All except one were born and raised in Chattanooga, TN, but they all grew up together. They’re all related to each other as well but where brought up in different neighborhoods. Mon and Christyle are brothers, while Nike and Money Walk are cousins to each other and the two brothers. They had friendship before anything. Then later found out that Money Walk Shorty was blood related to the other three, additionally drawing them closer and generating an everlasting bond. It was in 2007 when they united at Tyner High school, where they came up with their street smashing 1st record titled “Try Me Now”. They individually decided to put their heads together and deliver a new age of music. “Try Me Now” was an electrifying remake of Lil Boosie’s “Wipe Me Down”. That one song gained them street creditability and attention from all the high schools around the city, leading them to doing local shows around their local area. They continued feeding the city with more, hit after hit! After a while, they linked up with their uncle and Southern Comfort Ent, CEO L. BooBee Torrey, who took them from recording in home studios to commercial recording studios of Southern Comfort. Since Real Niggas Wit Money wasn’t a presentable name, they agreed on changing the name and labeled their selves Young Tru Millionaires, YTM for short. Consistently grinding they expanded their fan base and made a name for themselves. In the meantime, their Uncle was arrested and taken in to serve time in prison. Unfortunately, their management fell apart so the group took their own money and financed their own studio, where majority of Saucin Overboard was produced. Their most recent hits “Da Hell of It”, “Bizurk”, “I Swear” and “100” has had the streets buzzing and has also brought collaborations with other artists throughout their region. Just at the end of July, summer of 2011, they caught YouTube phenomenal Soulja Boy jacking their lyrics from their single “Da Hell of It”, naming his song “Hell of It”, which he leaked on twitter. YTM immediately posted statuses, tweets, and videos all over their social networks, quickly getting the word out to the public. The videos provide hidden evidence that proves Soulja Boy is absolutely guilty of stealing their song. YTM’s song “Da Hell of It” was composed and copy written back in 2009. They’re currently having Soulja Boy’s song along with theirs reviewed by the Attorneys for copyright infringement before they take further action. Their passion for music is way beyond the money and fame. Their ambitions of fulfilling their childhood dreams will not be complete until that goal is reached. These four talented, determined, young men give 100% effort towards everything they do regarding this actual movement. Staying committed to promoting and sharing their music in every way possible, sure enough YTM will go further than the usual. Performing at numerous shows and events, YTM energetically entertains their audience. With their main event performance they’ve opened up for several concerts and heavy weight artists including Travis Porter, who paid their respect by complimenting YTM when they were coming off stage at a show headlined by Travis Porter. Since the beginning, they’ve all carried their own way of dressing themselves, which adds to the amusing image they present. YTM plans to remain devoted and continue making catchy, trending songs that may one day impact the world. Three and a half years later YTM are set to go with there original family. The New "Immaculate Southern Comfort Entertainment".With upcoming commercial releases for 2013 there sure to be in the winners circle!