These are good times for lovers of real Hip-Hop with substance. The LOX coming back with an album, J. Cole declared war on every wack rapper in sight and the Wu-Tang Clan has groomed a solider of their own. Over the last couple of years, the artist by the name of Joe Young has learned from the greatest crew of all time that the world needs something different.
Taking notes, working on his craft being mentored by Cappadonna and Inspect Deck and restructuring Wu Wear with his partners in Germany, Joe Young is set to re-establish the feeling we have all been missing. While the Clan is going through its own turmoil, trial and tribulations that have left fans out in the dry for new music, Joe Young and legendary beatsmith Dame Grease have come together to build a piece of music that will stand the test of time.
After releasing his latest hit single “Crack Babies (ft. Method Man)”, Joe Young linked up with Wu-Tang Clan member Masta Killa for the critically acclaimed song “The Projects”. The music video for the record can be watch below.
“It’s important for the kids to know that the streets don’t love them. They should take the first ticket out of the hood they can get. A lot of the late great rappers died on the streets in their own hood,” Joe Young explains.
The buzzing singles “Crack Babies (ft. Method Man)” and “The Projects (ft. Masta Killa)” are featured on Joe Young’s album “Invincible Armour”, which is now available for your listening pleasure.
“Invincible Armour” showcases why Joe Young is a star on the rise in the urban music circuit. The lead singles are making an impact among DJs and fans alike. The album features Method Man, Raekwon, Cappadonna, Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck and more with production from hitmaker Dame Grease.
DOWNLOAD: “Invincible Armour” by Joe Young
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