Straight out of the streets of New Orleans, Young Greatness has emerged and he’s hitting the ground running with his newest drop, ‘Woe.’
Producer Cheeze Beatz, who has previously worked with Migos and Wale, put an authentic hot boy sound on the beat and Greatness picks it up right where one would expect of a NOLA native.
His confident flow makes the track a strong contender for radioplay in the coming months. Hope his team is thinking the same thing. ‘I tried to cool it lil’ daddy/You was trippin’ lil’ daddy/I caught ya witcha Valentine/She was a cutie lil’ daddy…’
Here’s a little back ground for you so you can get familiar:
Young Greatness, born Theodore Jones, got an early start on his hip-hop career at the tender age of 10. After his father’s passing in the early 2000s, the Quality Control signee decided to take his passion for rap music to another level and started jotting lyrics down day after day.
The rapper started receiving accolades after opening up for Meek Mill, T.I., Future at Summerfest ’13. ‘Rollie on My Wrist’ was his first hit and with a feature from Meek Mill, Young Greatness was well on his way. If you are into the 504 sound — both past and present — you know what time it is.
Greatness is currently on a promo tour too, so catch him if he’s in your city soon. H-Town get ready, he’s there in a few, performing for Trae Day on July 22nd and much more.
Also, keep an eye out for his debut project I Tried To Tell Em dropping on July 24th.