Some say that Young L.O.R.D's skills surpass even some of the veterans in the game today. He brings diverse content, witty punch-lines, and a constantly adapting delivery. The factors that stand out most about Young L.O.R.D. are his work ethic and his overall drive for success. He has a diverse style that is all his own, but at the same time, always changing to fit what he is trying to accomplish. Stage presence is not foreign to Young L.O.R.D either.
He's opened for many Super Star acts such as Trina, Clipse, Too $hort, Nappy Roots, Busta Rhymes, Cee Lo Greene, Akon, Jadakiss, Lil Scrappy, Yung Joc and Lil Flip to name a few, and the list continues to grow. During the fall of 2006 he was featured on the outwork me tour which had shows in TN, NC, SC, GA and FL. He also made it to the finals of a local Def Jam competition consisting of over 50 acts. In addition, he's been requested to do local club performances and after parties as well.
Young L.O.R.D has achieved numerous feats as an artist as well as a producer. A song titled “50-60-75” was requested from his debut Mixtape to be featured in the Midway released video game “L.A. Rush”. This game features Twista and Bill Bellamy as well as a star-studded musical cast. He also achieved over 3 million visitors, and 1 million plays on his Mp3.com website where he was a frequent chart topper in both the Beat/Producers Section and the Hip-Hop section.
He's had 24 songs reach the top 10, and 9 hit 1 in their Genre. Looking at the achievements and praise Young L.O.R.D has received from many listeners, it should be no surprise that national and global success is soon to come. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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