Young Envy - I Like Her

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Young Envy
Producer:
Young Envy, J. Mercy
Album:
Da Proof

Atlanta native Young Envy has gone through numerous traumas in the course of his life.  After losing both his parents as a preteen, the 18-year-old became extra-determined to make a name for himself on the hip-hop scene.  Recently signed to So So Def/Island Urban, the DJBooth is proud to present I Like Her, the underground single that helped get him a record deal.  Self-produced (along with J Mercy), Envy utilizes a simplistic rhyme scheme and successful formula to talk about a female he’s really getting into.  Underground hits such as Pop, Lock & Drop It and Umma Do Me were big before Huey and Rocko got signed; will Young Envy follow in their footsteps and make I Like Her a nationwide summer anthem?

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