get familiar with “yrs jerzy” and his artistic movement***messymandella***

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  In the southern states, hip hop has embraced the crunk sound and stereotypical “sounds” of the Southern states.

             However, when you witness the drive of some of the younger southern artist, like J. Cole and Jeezy we know that the South is more than just crunk, no disrespect to Lil Scrappy, and others that are part of the historical relevance of the South.

              In Charlotte, North Carolina we have men that have decided to become their own bosses, artistic developers and to market without the flash and bravado, but the strictly their ability. A soft spoken but instrumental part of success is the man behind the music, and you can barely find five pictures of YRS Jerzy, and that is the intrigue of a humble boss that understand the financial gain, but refuses to outshine his artist. His mission is to give his artist the outlet for success and his notoriety will follow his vision in the end.

          We know Fresh Prince had to have DJ. Jazzy Jeff. Jazzy Jeff, introduced us to Hidden Beach Records over 15 years ago, where we were all introduced to the that voice and smile, of Mrs. Jill Scott.

             YRS is the architect and often are in charge of the success of the artist that make their musical profitable. YRS  has suffered obstacles, as he explained to me, “People change and you can’t do anything about it. That just makes you stronger.” He has also embarked on his own touring company, while promoting and managing other artist and still introducing the world to his musical family. 


EVERYONE is on SoundCloud, but this DJ has SoundCloud promoting his tours, that speaks volumes for his ability.  Don’t give up on your destiny, make  your presence  felt. Do what you will to  set you apart from the rest. Keep pushing and stay away from those who don’t believe in your talent, or that want facilitate your vision by word of mouth, your drive may intimidate them. Artist must let naysayers be the fuel to drive you to create more and leave a powerful legacy in the music world. Your music will reach others, but it has to be promoted by someone that believes in your vision. Find someone that believes in your image. One day, you may find yourself blessed enough to hook up with a business man with the resources and ability to market quality and ambition, as our ,YRS Jerzy.

         Jam Master Jay is behind the Iconic Rap group Run D.M.C. but he took a back seat and played his part in the background.

         YRS Jerzy is young but motivated to understand his place behind the rappers and his deserved place and in the forefront of Hip-Hop.

https://twitter.com/iamyrsjerzy

https://instagram.com/yrsjerzy/

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if this diss record is drake charged , I would hate to hear him relaxed***messymandella***

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Beef happens in the music industry and words on social media also instigate rappers insecurities and credibility.

Drake is the nicest rapper.

I mean he is really nice as in polite.

This beef began one night when Meek Mill was a little emotional on  Twitter and decided to snitch on Drake about his writing credibility.

Meanwhile, Drake was in a strip club picking up worthless women and enjoying his life. 

Why did Meek snitch to millions that Drake is not authentic and he has a ghost writer? True or not, why put that man on blast and destroy his musical reputation.

Meek Mill  understands that in the music industry  and in the streets, you don’t snitch. Bad move, Meek.

Envy is real in these streets.

When Meek Mill was in jail, Drake supported him on and off the stage. You notice at the beginning of the post that Drake is wearing a “Free Meek Mill” t shirt, out of loyalty.

 In this situation, Meek Mill is coming across as disloyal and jealous , just by the radomness of his diss.

So why did Meek Mill have a problem with Drake?

No one knows but of course, Drake made a response to Meek Mill.  The song is called, “Charged” and it reminds you of a boyfriend upset at his girlfriend, but is secretly trying not hurt her feelings, or make her cry.

    This is not a diss record and it almost sounds like a soul ballad or spoken word poetry, or some other mess but not a diss song, and definitely not a song about that street life. 

        Drake can’t be “charged”or about that life if he tried.

Of course  Meek Mill responds back, “I can tell he wrote that.”  Meek also called the diss was  baby lotion soft.

This is an peculiar beef, and Meek just recorded a song with Drake, 4 months ago.

      Well, watching this beef is no different from watching Barry Mannilow diss Rick Ross or Al Roker dissing Blue Ivy Carter. 

No no one expects anything  or even understands why these two  would play games on Twitter.

Of course they claim it is not staged…

Why would you diss someone you just made a song with 4 months ago?

Below, you will find the romantic diss recorded by Drake “Charged up!”

 

 

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