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Young Bleed
Young Bleed at the Atrium.jpg
Background information
Birth nameGlenn Clifton Jr.
OriginBaton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
GenresGangsta rap, Southern hip hop
Years active1994–present
LabelsTrap Door Entertainment (Current)
Strange Lane
Priority
West Coast Mafia
No Limit (Former)
Associated actsMaster P, Too Short, Fiend, Mystikal, Tech N9ne, C-Bo, Chucky Workclothes, C Loc,

Glenn Clifton Jr., better known as Young Bleed is an American hip-hop artist based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Since his chart-topping 1998 release My Balls & My Word, Thug Drama, C-Loc of Camplife Entertainment formally C-Loc records introduced Young Bleed to Master P in 1997. Young Bleed has been a mainstay of the Southern hip hop underground, narrating his vision of life in the urban South.

Biography

Young Bleed started rhyming at the age of 9 at home in his native South Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He claims to have been influenced by his mother, who had read poetry to him from a young age, and the rise in popularity in hip hop and acts like Run DMC.[1] By his teenage years had begun recording his rhymes, selling hip hop tapes independently to friends on the streets of his neighborhood, and eventually signing to a local record label.[2] In 1995 he joined with fellow Baton Rouge-based hip hop artists C-Loc, J-Von, Chris Hamilton(J-Von'ss younger brother) and Max Minelli to form the hip hop group Concentration Camp with whom he is still presently affiliated.[3]

Career

Young Bleed’s first glimpse of national fame was when his song with C-Loc, "How You do That", was remixed by Master P of No Limit Records. It was released on the 1997 soundtrack to Master P’s film I'm Bout It which peaked at number one on Billboard R&B/Hip Hop album charts in mid-1998.[4] Then with the help of Master P, he signed a deal with Priority Records to release his major label debut album My Balls & My Word in 1998. The album peaked in at number ten on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Top R&B/Hip Hop album charts and also reached gold & later platinum status in the U.S. The follow-up My Own was released independent of No Limit on Priority and though charting on both the Billboard 200 and Top R&B Hip Hop albums charts, it failed to make similar waves as its predecessor.[5]

While in the process of recording his third solo album with Priority, Vintage, Young Bleed was released from his contract and forced to go independent. Young Bleed joined C-Bo's West Coast Mafia Records and released Rise Thru da Ranks from Earner Tugh Capo in 2005 and Once Upon a Time in Amedica[6] in 2007. On September 23, 2008 Young Bleed released his fifth album, Off tha Curb. It is a collaborative album with the up-and-coming rapper Freize.

Young Bleed was signed to a Strange Music[7] subsidiary called Strange Lane Records and his first album with the label, Preserved was released on October 11, 2011. On April 24, 2012, it was announced Young Bleed had been dropped from Strange Music and signed to another label. In late 2012, he announced his newest album, "All Amedican" and revealed a release date for October or November 2012. However, the album was pushed back several times and is expected to be released in 2013.

In 2016, Young Bleed announced that he was working on a new studio album. The album is set to be released January 20, 2017.[8] On March 26, 2018 Young Bleed made an announcement that he'd be releasing a new album entitled "Wut' Uh' Life", projected to be released sometime this summer and is the second project to be released on his Trap Door Entertainment brand.[9]

Trap Door Entertainment

Trap Door Entertainment
Founded2010
FounderYoung Bleed (CEO)
Distributor(s)Independent
GenreGangsta rap, Southern hip hop, Hip-Hop, R&B
Country of originUnited States
LocationBaton Rouge, LA
Official websiteOfficial Website

Trap Door Entertainment is a Baton Rouge, Louisiana based record label formed in 2010 by Young Bleed. It is currently operating independently.

Current artist

  • Young Bleed (Founder/CEO)
  • Ty'Gee Ramon

Discography

List of albums, with selected chart positions[10]
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US US R&B US
Rap
My Balls and My Word 10 1 -
My Own
  • Released: February 1, 2000
  • Label: Priority
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP
61 17 -
Carleone's Vintage
  • Released: July 30, 2002
  • Label: Da'Tention Home
  • Format: CD, digital download
- - -
Rise Thru da Ranks from Earner Tugh Capo
  • Released: August 23, 2005
  • Label: West Coast Mafia
  • Format: CD, digital download
84 -
Once Upon a Time in Amedica
  • Released: September 11, 2007
  • Label: West Coast Mafia
  • Format: CD, digital download
48 25
Preserved
  • Released: October 11, 2011
  • Label: Strange Music
  • Format: CD, digital download
56 -
Livin'
  • Released: February 10, 2017
  • Label: Trap Door Ent. / Team Mashn
  • Format: CD, Digital Download
-
Wut' Uh' Life -

Collaboration albums

List of collaboration albums and details
Title Album details
Family Business[12]
(with Da Carleone Family)
  • Released: April 6, 2004
  • Label: Da'Tention Home
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP
Off Tha Curb[13]
(with Freize)
  • Released: October 21, 2008
  • Label: Big Weight Entertainment
  • Format: digital download, LP
Country Boy Livin'
(with Chucky Workclothes)
  • Released: July 1, 2014
  • Label: Trap Door Entertainment
  • Format: digital download, LP

Mixtapes

  • No Guidelines (Hosted by DJ Choice) - 2015[14]
  • Country Boy Livin' (Blendtape) (Hosted by DJ Choice) - 2015[15]

References

  1. ^ (2005) "Young Bleed: Get Off tha Curb". Allhiphop.com. 8/23/2005. Retrieved 6/18/07.
  2. ^ (2005) "Young Bleed". Murder Dog. Retrieved 6/18/07.
  3. ^ Rumney, J. (2007) "Local rapper hangs on to BR roots" Daily Reveille 4/12/2007. Retrieved 6/18/07.
  4. ^ (nd) Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Billboard Magazine. Retrieved 6/18/07.
  5. ^ (nd) Young Bleed: Artist Chart History Billboard Magazine. Retrieved 6/18/07.
  6. ^ Top Rap Albums Billboard Magazine. Retrieved 6/01/2016.
  7. ^ Paine, Jake (June 23, 2011) Strange Music & Tech N9ne Sign Former No Limit Records Star Young Bleed. hiphopdx.com
  8. ^ Young Bleed Hints At New Album Release To Kick Off 2017 Hood Critic Magazine. Retrieved 1/08/2017
  9. ^ Southern Hip-Hop Icon Young Bleed Announces Upcoming Release Hood Critic Magazine. Retrieved 4/28/2018
  10. ^ Young Bleed Chart History Billboard.com. Retrieved 02/02/2017.
  11. ^ "RIAA – Searchable Database: Young Bleed". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved March 11, 2012.
  12. ^ Family Business Album Allmusic.com. Retrieved 02/17/2017.
  13. ^ Off Tha Curb Album Allmusic.com. Retrieved 02/17/2017.
  14. ^ No Guidelines Mixtape Datpiff.com. Retrieved 02/17/2017.
  15. ^ Country Boy Livin' (Blentape) Datpiff.com. Retrieved 02/17/2017.

External links

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