PRLog (Press Release)
- Jul. 20, 2012 -
Atlanta, GA – Independent rap artist Young Mess, formerly known as Messy Marv, continues to be dedicated to his craft, focused on success, and motivated to advance his rap career. Working tirelessly on his new album titled, “A Hundred Planes the Soundtrack” and his much anticipated clothing line “A Hundred Planes Clothing and Apparel” (offers clientele high quality jeans and trendy urban wear t-shirts) keeps him busy as he anticipates the debut of both ventures on July 31. The talented rap artist draws inspiration from his gritty background, tough upbringing and unforgiving environment as he was raised in and is a product of the Marcus Garvey housing projects in San Francisco, California’s Bay area. As a result, Young Mess has acquired enough challenges and life experiences to guide his efforts and build his rap and entrepreneurial empire on a solid foundation.
To this end, Young Mess’s album, “A Hundred Planes the Soundtrack” is an animated collection of rap songs that conjure up the sensational vibe of underground rap and penetrates the air with a healthy dose of the hustle and flow of the streets. At the same time, the music has an appeal for club audiences and persuades listeners to go out and get their dance on in the clubs. In particular, “I Got A Question” comes directly from his clothing line’s soundtrack and features two crew members from Waka Flocka’s Brick Squad Monopoly, Papa Smurf and YG Hootie. Earlier this month, in true Young Mess grandiosity, the single was leaked and gained considerable publicity on Atlanta’s music promotion site, Promotewho.com, Bay Area Compass, Thizzler and We the West. As a part of promotions for the launch and release of the album/soundtrack, during the week the clothing line is launched alongside the album, the company will sponsor a giveaway.
As previously mentioned, Young Mess is an entrepreneur and dedicates a substantial amount of his time cultivating his businesses. As CEO of Scalen, LLC which is the official name of his company, Young Mess has developed a production arm known as Scalen Films a subsidiary of the entrepreneur’
s music and clothing ventures. Through his production company, Young Mess has produced a short film titled “All Gas No Brakes” with a tagline that suggests, “Breaking the law isn’t my motive…but I will do anything for the money.” Accordingly, Young Mess is the star of the film as Chi Chi, an American gangster who orchestrates a symphony of crime. In the film, Young Mess’s persona, Chi Chi, is described as ruthless, no nonsense, heavily entrenched in crime syndication, exudes an expensive taste in cars and clothing, but allows his success on the streets to be driven by money, power, and his engraved sense of street smarts.
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