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Judge for Future Star Status

Montgomery, AL
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Portrait of Future Star Status
Young-ENT. (Young Entrepreneur) – He currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland but he was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. He has a fan base from the dirty south to the east coast. Music has been a part of his lifestyle since the young age of 13. Now, this 25 year old hip-hop phenomenon has gained many supporters and earned much respect in the music industry. Independently, he has released two mixtapes: “THE PRACTICE I & II” as well is an album “WHOLE ‘NOTHER LEVEL.”
As of right now, Young-ENT is signed to Deka Records and ready to release his highly anticipated album entitled “FUTURE STAR STATUS.” Also, look for him to be on tour in the very near future.
Young-ENT is a member of ASCAP and has his own publishing company. He is also working toward making an impact with his own record label, Future Star Entertainment, LLC.
With 10 years experience in the music industry, including a few minor setbacks here and there, this very talented individual has admitted that he has learned from his mistakes.
“I let the past stay in the past and keep it moving… You feel me? I can only do what’s best for me, my family and my music career at this point in my life. The fact that I started out early at a very young age has helped me become a better artist, performer, songwriter and businessman. I feel like right now I know what to look for and what to expect. Ten years ago I was performing at community centers in front of 20-30 people… five years ago I was putting on a show in front of 200-300 people in night clubs… now it’s time to start rocking crowds of 20,000-30,000 in sold out arenas. I feel like it’s my time. I feel that I am one of the most talented artists that has yet to be discovered… and that’s some REAL TALK!”