TWINN- " The Present"
Yesterday is history Today is a gift; thats why they call it, the present. And tomorrow well tomorrow is what the current regime in Rap music isnt too welcoming of. You tell me; when was the last time that youve watched a veteran pass the torch to his successor without a fight? Its never going to happen; not in sports and definitely not in Rap Music, where the average age of the upper-echelon emcees sits on 33.
The year is 2006; in the eyes of Undertaker Entertainment, its not about being the future anymore. The truth is - you cant place a time frame or boundaries on the future. So being as such is uncivilized. The young man that is about to change the complexion of how Rap music is received is so excited about whats ahead of him, hes become an insomniac. He is tomorrow; but for all extensive purposes, you can call him Young Twinn.
Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; with Houston, Texas as his stomping grounds; and Miami as his second home, Young Twinn is the embodiment of the South in every sense of the word. His southern drawl is noticeable yet clear in interpretation. His presence has already established himself with young ladies across the globe (thanks to Myspace: myspace.com/artistyoungtwinn) as a heartthrob in the making. And the diligence and professionalism that the 19 year old lyrical technician exudes in the recording studio and on stage is proof that his soul has inhabited this earth before.
Young Twinn has already notched a wide range of performances throughout the Southern region of the country; not too mention clocking BDS spins, XM Radio airplay and spins on Music Choice for his first official single, Getcha Cake Up, less than a month into taking his career above the Minors into a Major league.
Speaking of his first official single, Twinn had the opportunity of logging in studio-time with the highly decorated producer Jim Jonsin (Rebel Rock Productions, exclusive producer for Atlantic Records), the last weekend of April 2006 in Miami. Jims colleagues know of the successful producer as not being easily impressed or enthused during his studio sessions. But once Twinn had the lyrics for Getcha Cake Up, written and recorded in less than 45 minutes, Jim was impressed. He was so impressed that he wouldnt allow for Tomorrow to leave the studio without creating another sparkler. Thirty minutes later, Twinn and Xavier XL Lewis penned and recorded, HoodFly an instant work of art with his female fan base.
Dream is already making it happen like the majors should be. Akademiks
has stepped up and supplied him wardrobe for his most recent photo shoot in
the M. I. A. with Miskeen Originals soon to follow.
an artist that youd love to do a collaboration with, and why?
you had the opportunity of choosing one producer to captain your entire album,
who would that producer be, and why?
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