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Young Chizz

Jamaica, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | INDIE

Jamaica, New York, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2012
Solo Hip Hop




"Young Chizz & JB Have Won Week 3's Fan Challenge"

Each week we present 6 up-and-coming hip-hop artists and each week, you support your favorite up-and-coming artists. Voting for "This Is My Year" week 3 has ended and YOU have selected two more artists to hit the stage this October in Atlanta, GA. Week 3's winners are.. Young Chizz of Queens, NY & JB of Houston, TX . Get to know these artists more: Young Chizz & JB. Show your support by folllowing them on Twitter: Young Chizz & JB.

Thank you to all who voted and stay tuned as we will announce next batch of artists Monday afternoon! - A3C

"A3C Music Festival 2015 Atlanta"

First of three line-up announcements including artists and speakers to participate at the 11th annual A3C Festival & Conference. The internationally recognized five-day festival and conference will feature hip-hop icons: De La Soul, Rakim, Cam’ron, Dame Dash, Just Blaze, Curren$y & Jet Life, Jean Grae, Cyhi the Prynce Pharoahe Monch, Soulection Executive Team, Kool Keith, PNB Rock & The Difference Machine.

Second of three installments of A3C artists and speakers to participate at this years events, include: Taylor Gang & Wiz Khalifa, Pete Rock, Jungle Brothers, Beanie Sigel, Peter Rosenberg & Cipha Sounds, Joe Budden, Awful Records & Father, Marc Lamont Hill, Karen Civil, Combat Jack, Sonny Digital, Sha Money XL, Tha Alkaholiks, Scotty ATL, Johnny Cinco, Tsu Surf, Silkk The Shocker, Mike Zombie, DC Young Fly & Stic of Dead Prez.

2015 A3C will take place October 7th-11th, 2015, in Atlanta’s eclectic Old 4th Ward, along Edgewood Ave, and East Atlanta Village. A3C has moved the Conference Center to The Loudermilk Center, and the host hotel to the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel. The A3C Pro-Audio Conference Center will remain at the SAE Institute of Atlanta, and A3C has partnered with the Atlanta Streetcars to move A3C attendees around Atlanta for free. A3C artist submissions are open through September 19th. Submissions are free through September 1st for artists with a Sonicbids account. To date YCDon, Buggs Tha Rocka, Shope’, Young Chizz, Triune and nearly a dozen other artists have been selected to perform at this years A3C Festival & Conference. Past Sonicbids selections include: Young Thug, Trinidad James, Rhymefest, Ca$h Out, Que, Black Sheep, Tanya Morgan, CJ Fly of Pro Era, & Propaganda. - This is 50

"Artist Breakdown – TuneCore Live: Atlanta @ A3C – Weds, October 7th!"

A3C Festival (All 3 Coasts) is a huge, city-wide music event that takes place each October in Atlanta, GA. Dubbed ‘Hip Hop’s Biggest Stage‘, 500+ performances will occur over five days, giving hip hop artists from all over the chance to showcase their talents, network with their peers and industry professionals, and learn a thing or two during the A3C Conference (which includes keynote speakers, panels, workshops and more).

TuneCore is psyched to be the official Distribution and Music Publishing sponsor of A3C 2015, for the second year in a row, and we couldn’t dream of a better excuse to open up our new southern office and host our first ever TuneCore Live: Atlanta! On Wednesday, October 7th, you can find us at the Music Room, where we’ll be throwing the perfect “get-ready-for-5-days-of-music-and-partying” event for those ascending to A3C. It’ll be 18+, kicking off at 9PM – RSVP for the event on Facebook here!

With the help of Swisher Sweets, we’ve rounded up an amazing line-up of hip hop artists, and this is sure to get packed, so get there early! If you’re heading down to A3C next week and want to come mingle with TuneCore (and see amazing live music), familiarize yourself after the jump, and we’ll see you down there.

His grandmother gave him a nickname, “Young Child”, and Young Chizz turned it into a stage name. Raised in Jamaica, Queens, New York, Chizz parted from his original duo, Fame & Chizz, and has been building a successful solo career for himself. After touring under hip hop heavyweights Young Jeezy and Lil Wayne, as well as racking up rotations on MTV & commercial radio, Young Chizz released his debut EP, Provoked, in late 2014. - Tunecore

"You voted: A locally filmed music video was the top entertainment happening of 2013"

The Lehigh Valley saw an exciting year in food, music and TV.
But our readers said their favorite was the filming of Young Chizz's music video for #Mobbin in Easton's Centre Square.

The hip-hop artist currently resides in the Poconos and came back to Easton for the video's premiere in July. - Express Times

"Young Chizz to film hip-hop music video today in Easton's Centre Square"

Easton’s Centre Square will make an appearance on MTV in coming weeks -- and area residents are invited to take part.

Recording artist Young Chizz will film a music video for his recently released single “#MOBBIN” at 4 p.m. today in Centre Square. The hip-hop artist currently resides in the Poconos and is known for his cover of the Sugar Hill Gang song “Jump On It” with the group Fame & Chizz.

Attendees can be in the video if they sign a video release form, said Mark Scuderi, business manager for the T.O.N.Y. Media Group, an entertainment management company based out of Washington, N.J.

Easton will be the last stop for the video, which will also feature Washington's Merrill Creek Reservoir; Norfolk, Va.; and several spots in New York City.

Scuderi said Young Chizz traveled on Friday to Hudson, N.Y., to film footage on a flight to Toms River, N.J., with the luxury jet charter service Richmor Aviation.

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“I think being in the Lehigh Valley, Easton is missed a lot,” Scuderi said, noting that bigger cities such as Allentown and Bethlehem attract more attention. “Young kids feel the same way. We figured they have a fantastic Centre Square there, and it was great to accomplish what we were trying to do.”

Mayor Sal Panto Jr. said although the originally proposed spot was Heil Park, he suggested the more recognizable location. Because the event will happen after the Easton Farmer's Market, traffic patterns will remain the same.

“If we’re going to be in the video, the most recognizable place in Easton is the monument,” Panto said. Although he said he hasn’t heard the song, Panto said he plans to stop by today’s shoot.

Scuderi said his meeting with Panto regarding the last-minute location earlier this week went smoothly.

“It was fantastic,” Scuderi said. “He is just a great guy. He agreed to meet with us right away. When we showed up at City Hall, he greeted us personally.”

Panto added that Easton is no stranger to the camera.

“We’ve hosted a lot of films and a lot of videos,” Panto said. “We had a documentary group in last week that came through town.”

The music video could result in a potential increase in tourism, Discover Lehigh Valley President Michael Stershic said.

“It just presents the community in a hopefully positive light so people can see what the architecture is, what the background is,” Stershic said. “Maybe they’ll see something they like and come and visit.”

Panto said he hopes the event will be a draw for young people in the area.

“We will do whatever it takes to get the good things happening in Easton out to the rest of the world,” Panto said. “This is another venue that young people will look at. By Lehigh Valley Planning Commission standards, of all the 62 municipalities in the Lehigh Valley, we’re the fastest growing in the age group 18-35.”

Scuderi said he notified local businesses of today’s shoot and encouraged them to promote their businesses during the event. Local car and motorcycle clubs will also come out, he added.

The music video is due to premiere July 15 and will be on MTV, BET, Vevo, YouTube and T.O.N.Y. Media Group’s website, Scuderi said.

For more information, visit - Express Times



Sat., Aug. 4 -T.O.N.Y Music Group presents MTV artist Young Chizz, from the famous duo Chizz and Fame. Doors open at 10 p.m., front row tickets are; $15 per person and $12 for mid-section seating. Concert to benefit two local families in need. Also, on the program are:
Good Money, Raun G, Ed Monsta with 2 Fly 4 Society, and DJ Bishop. The concert is sponsored by "A&P" and "Make It Happen Studios" in Washington. Purchase tickets online at or by calling Tarea Wadlington, 610-515-5591. - The Messenger


(Monday, August 20, 2012) - WWS Magazine Exclusive Interview

Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.
I am from Jamaica Queens, New York City. The big apple (lol). I got where I am today by not quitting, not settling, being persistent, and not listening or surrounding myself around any negative people.

Tell us more about the current song you are promoting to everyone.
The debut single is “Swagger On A Million.” This is a very hard record. It basically explains where I stand as far as trends go. I don’t follow them, I set them. I do the complete opposite of what everyone else is doing. I’ve never been a follower. The song is climbing the Mediabase charts as we speak, the video is on MTV and so go check it out if you haven’t seen it already.

Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry?
The hardest challenge was coming to accept what the industry really is. It’s a business. Talent is the bare minimum of what you need to get by. When I first started rapping in the 9th grade I thought it was all about talent, but now I know. If I knew then what I know now I would have reached this point years ago.

What was one of the biggest set backs in your career and how did you bounce back?
Biggest setback was becoming a solo artist. I was in a duo before and things didn’t work out as we planned, but that’s still my brother and we are moving forward.

What are some things artists need to be careful of?
Fantasy (lol). Everything isn’t what it seems to be. Be careful of people who want to offer you the world and can’t even give you a block.

What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself?
Go hard, no pain no gain. You have to sacrifice to make it. Sometimes it may feel like you gave everything up. But when you gave it your all and you feel like you have nothing left, and your ready to quit, that’s when it’s close.

What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music?
I love to perform. I love to be on the stage, I love all my fans. I love when the beat drops and I black out. I get in my zone.

Where can people visit you?
@ImYoungChizz on Twitter
YoungChizz on Instagram - WWS Magazine


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It's not every day that a music video is made at the East Stroudsburg University football field.

But on Sunday, that's exactly what happened.

Young Chizz, a hip-hop artist, made a video for his song "Here Comes the Blue" at the Eiler-Martin Stadium on Sunday.

Chizz, an up-and-coming rapper, hopes that the song, which references New York and football, will ultimately be adopted by the New York Giants as the team's theme song. Making the video is just one step in the process of getting the song adopted by the Giants, Chizz hopes.

On Sunday at the stadium, many members of the community participated in the making the video. Chizz's staff earlier in the week put out a notice on the Internet saying that local Giants fans, who wanted to participate in the video, should come to the stadium wearing Giants colors — and many fans did.

The fans on Sunday stood on the 50-yard line on the field and did as the director asked, raising their arms in celebratory gestures and doing other things.

Chizz, who lives in the Poconos, asked ESU if he could use the stadium for the video, and the school was more than amenable, said Young Chizz's assistant, Tarea Wadlington.

To listen to "Here Comes the Blue," go to

- Chad Smith - Pocono Record


2016 - Provoked (EP)



Young Chizz is an artist from Jamaica, Queens, New York, whose stage name evolved from a nickname, "Young Child", he was given by one of his grandmothers. He was first recognized for the single Jump On It, which he recorded while part of the duo Fame & Chizz (released in March 2010). Fame & Chizz also recorded a song called Moving, which was picked up by Michael Cherry of NASCAR. Young Chizz, now a solo artist, inserted himself into the music industry at an early age, being involved in two separate music groups, interning at Ruff Ryders recording label, and assisting in the development of three independent recording labels, one of which he is the current president (T.O.N.Y. Media Group). With two tours with major hip hop artists such as Lil Wayne & Young Jeezy under his belt, rotations on MTV (Swagger On A Million), radio top 100 airplay in various markets and almost half a million views on VEVO for his #MOBBIN video (filmed in various locations along the East coast and voted the Lehigh Valley’s Top Entertainment happening of 2013), Young Chizz is not slowing down anytime soon. He not only is currently partnered with the Lehigh Valley SteelHawks (a Professional Indoor Football League team which he created an anthem for), he also recently filmed the pilot episode of a reality series he created which documents celebrities as they learn how to fly jets, helicopters, etc.; additionally, he recently released his debut solo EP, #Provoked.

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