How to be a Hip Hop Hit!
Young Hamm = Hip-HoP Hit from the West!
Young Hamm, with some help from Mr. RaW, laid it down smooth with some weezy inspired vocals, sick verses, slick choruses and a swag to match. Their approach, leave the instrumental as is, and follow the structure of the original song. Every chorus is slightly different, which shows an attention to detail, and development throughout the song. The lyrics are energized, driven, and of course creative.
“Lyrically a new drug like crack and Novocain. When I drop you know I came a meateater, but steezer, a beat eater. I merk the track, I guess for me its easier” -Mr. RaW. “Crush’n on Kreayshawn!” -Young Hamm
From a mixing/mastering standpoint, the vocals were nicely placed in the front of the mix with a subtle but helpful reverb + echo. How to be a Hip Hop Hit! To all the musically inspired youth readers out there, take note~ Listen to Young Hamm’s new album. My favorite track: #8 Feel Me
Discover A Rising Artist! Listen to Young Hamm’s new album: Rope-A-Dope
Rope-A-Dope – A term popularized by Muhammad Ali who would let the opponent think they’ve won, and then unexpectedly lash out for the win. Rope-A-Dope.
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Download the Rope-A-Dope album and visit the website for more on Young Hamm & Champion
Young Hamm, a twenty-one year-old with a hold on his dreams and his eyes on the Billboard charts. Colorado, not known for rap, will be happy to have Young Hamm on the frontline. The Rope-A-Dope album has left CO fans wanting more. Hammer’s ever evolving stash of lyrical goodness doesn’t just sound good to the ears, but gets a message across, forcing listeners to think deeper. Young Hamm speaks for his generation and knows what people want to hear, REAL music. Rap with a purpose.
Champion, Mr.RaW, The Offense, K.O., & Rawdy
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