“If you ain’t lose your homies and your Grandma the same day! Then you don’t know nothing bout no pain.”
This line from the extended hook stands out to me when I hear “My Last Konfession” by Yung Booz. It shows the depth of his lyrics and puts him in a cut above the rest when it comes to talking about the sadness and cruelty of the street life. Yung Booz’s freestyles speak of his hustle and his pain. His flow is both a strong Southern sound, and todays rap flow. He blends it well and sometimes reminds me of the greats like Pliers and Kevin Gates.
Born Darius Wooden, Yung Booz was born and raised in Sanford, Florida or more affectionately known as Bowkey. It is home to an explosive rap scene and Yung Booz spent the majority of his life enamored by the culture and fell in love with the world of music. As soon as he heard bar after bar of words entangled to become one melody, he knew that rap music and making music was his destiny.
Yung Booz influences are Kodak Black and Tyler Perry. These days he inspires young people to stay out of trouble. He has taken on the responsibility of being a role model for his children and his community. Yung Booz is spreading positive messages when in his community. His motto is; “. . . you can achieve anything you want as long as you put the work in . . .” His determination and grind is true and authentic as he himself just came off of house arrest in August, this year. He then put out the track; “Wilin Out” featuring Pooh Shiesty. The track is perfect with Booz high energy and Pooh Shiesty’s relaxed follow up. Yung Booz is currently signed to Kingg Kong Record and making his stamp in the ‘Big Ape Family’! Follow him on his Instagram social media @thereal_yungbooz , Yung Booz has his singles and album streaming all platforms. Look up; “My Last Konfession” which was released November 30th and “Wilin Out” ft. Pooh Shiesty. Album “Lover Boy” is streaming now and available on all music platforms.