Atlanta, GA – Multi-talented young artist, Young Soda is shaking things up in the rap world with his new Arm & Hammer music. The south-coast Alabama rapper is set to whip his fans into a frenzy this Friday at the A3C Music Festival in Atlanta, GA. He will also be releasing the video to his new track, “Made A Lot of Money’ from ‘The Young & the Restless’ mixtape.
Young Soda is currently at the forefront of his rap game and is no stranger to creating new head bumping music. In December 2015, he put out the CSM DJ Smooth-hosted Soda Ova Everything mixtape, featuring A-One, ItsFiesta, Prince Baby Yolo, and others. And just this May, he released ‘The Young & the Restless’ mixtape. The tape spans 9 tracks including the earlier released ‘Cool Whips’ single. He did also feature a host of top talents like DJ Black Bill Gates, DJ Croc, DJ Aaries, and much more.
Born, Joel Adarius Hill, Young Soda started his music career at the age of 15 as a self-proclaimed ‘Gangsta Rapper’ delivering hardcore hip-hop. He, however, over the years has matured and evolved his sound into a trendsetter with a massive body of work. In a recent interview, Young Soda described his sound as being authentic and true to Alabama and the feel of southern Hip-Hop. He draws his inspiration from Tupac, T.I., UGK, 8Ball & MJG, Pastor Troy, Three 6 Mafia, Young Jeezy, Jay-Z, Nas, and Lupe Fiasco. And for future endeavors, he plans to expand into television and film, crack the Top 40 Hip-Hop singles chart, and the Top 10 Hip-Hop albums chart.
The A3C Hip-Hop festival is being held from Wednesday, October 4th through to Sunday, October 8th with plenty of performances from top acts including Young Soda. Do make it a date with him and other stars at the festival.
For more information about the A3C Festival visit http://www.a3cfestival.com
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