New Music – Young Music DYMG feat. Rich The Kid / HE HE
Written by admin on October 24, 2018
Bernard Brooks (born December 28, 1996), professionally known as DJ Young Music, is an American DJ, songwriter and record producer from Brandywine, Maryland. He initially gained recognition as the official DJ for Washington, D.C.-based singer Ginuwine at the age of 16. He is perhaps best known for being the youngest artist to ever sign a worldwide distribution deal with E1 Music.
Young Music began deejaying at the age of 12. In 2011, his uncle, Ginuwine, hired DJ Young Music to open for him at shows in 40 cities across the United States. In 2015, he became the youngest DJ to be added to the CBS Radio owned WPGC-FM roster. In August of that same year, he toured with Chris Brown on the North American leg of the One Hell of a Nite Tour. Later that year, he joined Duane Myko and Tony Redz on the 30 city, “Should Could Dream Tour” which was co-sponsored by Revolt TV and WPGC. Following the conclusion of the tour, he performed guest DJ sets on Sway in the Morning as well as Revolt TV. As of November 2016, Young Music had mix shows on WPGC 95.5 FM in Washington, DC, E93 WEAS in Savannah, GA, WDKX 103.9 FM in Savannah, GA, WDAI 98.5 KISS in Myrtle Beach, SC and Coast 97.3 in Wilmington, NCNew Music From Young Music DYMG.... Click To Tweet
In 2015 DJ Young Music signed a development deal with N.S.U.C. Entertainment Group, distributed by E1 Distribution. The deal gave Young Music full development rights to release music, films and soundtracks under his label, DYMG. The first song that he released was “Pull Up On The Block” which featured Billboard charting artist, iLoveMemphis. By the end of that year, Young Music signed DMV based artists, Ant Glizzy and SHADE.
DJ Young Music inked a deal in 2016 to become the youngest DJ to ever join the stable of SuperRadio’s massive network, Super Radio Network boasts a database that distributes 40 radio programs through 725 stations, 150 of them based in top 50 markets. A mega deal for DJ Young Music the agreement boosted the weekly audience to an estimated 30 million.