Yung Ro declares his movement Fresh Den A Mall and he has a message for the masses "Tatt This On Your Soul"
Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 12, 2010
Today’s economy is recovering from a worldwide recession. Even the entertainment and music industry have been affected. Once a flourishing scene has been subjected to history low record sales. The hip-hop culture seems to need an ethics awareness overhaul. There is an abundance of indie artist searching for the silver lining, but without proper financial backing it can be difficult. The Midwest music market isn’t as nourished as it once was. In St. Louis, the godfather of the Lou, NELLY, didn’t excel as he previously did years ago.
However, in this mist, an 18 year-old teen rapper named Yung Ro is combating the odds. He is campaigning for his new single Fresha Den A Mall. It is an infectious vibe, laced with catchy word play. It’s a BEASTAZ production who can be recognized from his work on JIBB’S project (Chain Hang Low & King Kong). What’s special about this culturally diverse entertainer? He has strong business ethics and a endorsement marketability. As CEO of his own indie label BP Ent., Yung Ro is the heir of a 14 year company which umbrellas a tattoo studio, recording studio, and a youth awareness program: http://www.runway2empowerment.com.
And if we forgot to mention Fresha Den A Mall has charted at #7 and has since risen to #3 on Billboard and is steadily climbing. It is the #2 song on St. Louis hip hop station Radio One Hot 104.1 (WHHL). This achievement is a déjà vu experience for the fly & flashy teen. His previous single, Donk Dat, charted #3 on the Billboard charts in June 2009.
Yung Ro is currently campaining to expand his world wide fan base. He is encouraging all music listeners who appreciate his movement to go to iTunes and download Fresha Den A Mall. The young CEO is known for his sharp sharp business work ethics and diverse marketability. Being from a multi-cultural background (Black, Latin, Japanese) the entertainer leaves no community untapped.
The past has been a rollercoaster ride for Yung Ro. The rap star, at an early age, gave up the normal life of a high school teen. He sacrificed high school to home school so that he could commit himself to his education and music. Today, Yung Ro still takes online college courses because he is a firm believer that education enhances a artist natural talent.
On November 30, 2009 Yung Ro was struck by a stray bullet after leaving a performance. He was treated and released from Barnes Hospital for a minor gun shot wound to the head (he was caught in-between two feuding parties). The irony of this incident is that two months prior, Yung Ro created his youth awareness program Runway2Empowerment denouncing teen violence. Yung Ro is hoping that all editorial and media outlets find Yung Ro's story inspiring for the hiphop community. Help a indie artist achieve his goal, "SUCCESS'.
Yung Ro created Fresha Den A Mall to suit the economy. It is a refreshing feeling rather you are into Old Navy, Gothic, Sports, Prep, or Urban wear. Be "FRESHA DEN A MALL'".