Young Paris – F up the Place

April 8, 2017
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Roc Nation powerhouse includes Young Paris, spiritual musician ready to Fuck up the Place. March 16, 2017 @ SOBs NYC, the people got to experience a impressive live performance from Young Paris on his Afrobeats release.

 

 

What is Afrobeats?
Afrobeat is a music style which developed in the 1970s out of a combination of West African musical styles, such as highlife and Yoruba, with American funk and jazz, with a focus on chanted vocals and percussion.

Who the Orignator?
Fela Kuti: The Afrobeat Originator. Fela Kuti was born Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti in Abeokuta, Nigeria. He lived from Oct. 15, 1938, to Aug. 2, 1997

Young Paris Performing @SOBsNYC New EP “AFROBEATS” @YoungParis @RocNation

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Raised in NYC by world renown Congolese performers, Young Paris crafts a unique sound that threads the boundary between rap and electronic dance music and blends a fusion between Hip-Hop, Trap, and African drumbeats. Along with 5 of his brothers and sisters, he performs an exuberant live show that merges dance, performance art, and an unparalleled personal style. Since crafting his sound with his 2014 project Rap | Electronic, Young Paris was then selected to perform at Arcade Fire’s KANPE KANAVAL, as well as the Parisian leg of the AFROPUNK Festival, which helped open many doors for him.
More recently, YP became the latest addition to Jay Z’s Roc Nation family. He dropped his acclaimed full-length mixtape, African Vogue, through The FADER, and released brand new visuals for his singles “Get Ready,” featuring hip-hop legend M1 from Dead Prez, and Best of Me,” featuring Grammy nominated producer Benjamin Bronfman. Young Paris offers his crowds something different, with strong stylistic performances and unparalleled cultural composition. Check out his mixtape, AFRICAN VOGUE, and embody this perfect time to catch up with Young Paris and get to know the Rising artist a little better.

Young Paris & MELANIN.

Published on Mar 10, 2017
“Fuck up the Place” Produced by Afro Warriors Available Everywhere!
ITunes : https://goo.gl/XgMndC
AppleMusic : https://goo.gl/QmCJFG
Spotify : https://goo.gl/JlJi27
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Directed By: Young Paris
DP: Jared Ruse
Assistant DP: Dylan Moody
Editor: Milandou Badila
Stylist: Milandou Badila
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