Young Money Yawn – ‘Where the Waitress’ (feat. Juicy J)

Young Money Yawn
Introducing Lil’ Terrion aka Young Money Yawn is best summed up by the phrase ‘poor little rich kid’. Growing up with a single mother in Berkely Park, one of Norfolk Virginia’s most infamous crime ridden areas, Yawn was no stranger to the street scene like most of the kids in his neighborhood. What made his story a little more unique was that his father, a successful entrepreneur and self-made millionaire, lived right around the corner from Yawn and had no connection to his son. Aspiring for more he pursed higher education at Norfolk State University.

While attending NSU, Young Money Yawn began promoting parties utilizing his friendship with Virginia based rapper, Pusha-T of the Clipse, but his new found stardom emerged when he created Pills & Water, a video blog outlining his alternate perspective on the world. After merging with Creative Nation, Yawn finally started booking studio sessions to follow-up on an inner desire that kept tugging at him, rapping. “My lyrics just came so natural because it was my real life… I’ve really made money, I’ve really seen the bottom, I really have a college degree… It just made sense to me.” Yawn suggested.

Yawn’s work ethic towards success shines through in his music campaign. He is constantly conceptualizing songs and videos while keeping active in social media. Recently Yawn teamed up with Richmond, Virginia rapper Redrum, an artist on DJ Khaled’s We’re the Best imprint, to make the acclaimed street anthem ‘Gutta Gutta’ an ode to hard times and the struggles to success, a fitting topic for Yawn. Today, Yawn continues to progress in his craft making lyrics that appeal to his growing fan base and their search of real music. He is currently in production for his first mixtape project titled Street Gospel which is anticipated for release during late summer of 2013.

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