Growing up in Killeen, Texas Y.T. was influenced by the slowed down or “Screwed” music that radiated from the Cadillacs crawling down the streets. His Mother, an aspiring artist herself, kept a library of music. The household boasted an array of East Coast Hip Hop from Biggie to Jay- Z, Nas & Wu-Tang. To West Coast artists such as Dr. Dre, Snoop & Spice 1. All of these simmered together with the southern sounds of U.G.K. & OutKast along with 8Ball & M.J.G., to create Y.T.’s eclectic palate. At 17 he moved to Delaware to reconnect with his Father after being released from prison. There he honed his skills to be what you hear today. Throughout his music, You feel the raw imagery and stories painted by his lyrics. His slick word play and smooth tone lulls and delights snooty rap connoisseurs. Y.T. holds nothing back, revealing his truest self within his music, Which has endeared him to his fans. Who he warmly calls...Family. Y.T. is one of the greatest jewels of this generation.