Music review: Yung Gravy rises up the Soundcloud charts

Reese Evans, Staff reporter

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When most people hear the word gravy, they think about the well-known sauce, but they don’t realize they’re also talking about a hidden gem in the rap business, Yung Gravy.

According to Famous Birthdays.com Yung Gravy was born on March 19th, 1996 in Rochester, Minnesota. Not much is known about his parents or his actual identity, though we do know his father passed when he was only 16. He lived in Minnesota for a majority of his life, then he moved to Wisconsin to attend the University of Wisconsin. He also has an estimated net worth of $50,000.

In the summer of 2016 he decided to upload a few songs such as Karen and Patrice, the songs had gained him major attraction from everyone. By the end of 2017 he had a collection of 67,000 followers on Soundcloud, a very popular website used to share and publish new music to the world.His most popular song, Mr. Clean has over 1,000,000 views on YouTube and is his most heard song on Spotify. He later on started touring America to satisfy his fanbase, The Gravytrain.

 

The only way to describe Yung Gravy’s music is, special. He adds a soul vibe to his music that follows his amazing voice, usually with vintage sound clips in the background of the song. His most popular song, Mr. Clean has over 1,000,000 views on YouTube and is his most heard song on Spotify. A majority of his songs go on the baselines of stealing your mother, sister, chiropractor,dentists and becoming forever soulmates with them. He has 1 album called “Thanksgiving’s eve” and 4 EPs, Baby Gravy,Yung Gravity, Mr. Clean, and ‘02. He features many other upcoming rappers and artist such as, BBNO$, Mia Gladstone, Young King Dave, and Jay Storm.

Overall,if you’re personally in to the rap genre, Yung Gravy is worth spending your time listening to, with his catchy rhymes and beats it is something no other rappers can beat.

 

Yung Gravy’s  Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ygravy 

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3 Responses to “Music review: Yung Gravy rises up the Soundcloud charts”

  1. Jason Dobbins on April 5th, 2018 12:47 pm

    A very detailed article about the best in the game. Good job son.

  2. Julia Escobedo on April 5th, 2018 1:52 pm

    Good article very detailed for a more unknown artist.

  3. Damian Caballeros-Aguilar on April 5th, 2018 1:53 pm

    Great article and many facts. Though this is unnecessary considering that everyone knows about Yung Gravy

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