Comply With The Street Of The Yolk: The Youngest Winner Of "The Rap Game"
#DXCLUSIVE: The 13-year-old Atlanta-bred artist and his mother/manager Cori talk about the time he was anointed with the so so Def chain.
Atlanta, GA – As a contestant in Season 4 of The Rap Game, of 13 years, the Street Bud was hard to miss. With her rainbow-colored hair, braces and round glasses, the aspiring rapper was only 12 years old when the show started last November.
After 13 grueling weeks, the series' creator, Jermaine Dupri, considered the Street of the Yolk of the winner by hanging a custom so so Def gold chain around his neck during the final episode earlier this month.
The Chaining Of The Day! 🚦🚦🚦
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"It was crazy," Street Bud told HipHopDX. "Going through all the contest knowing that you're either going home with this string, or you can go home with nothing ... I was the youngest person to ever win. It is crazy to think of all the children 12 years of age could choose, he chose me."
Street of the Bud from the mother and manager of Cori, who also participated in the Life cycle of the Hip-Hop scouting show, it was an integral part of the process. Each week, each contestant will undergo an intense challenges of working in their presence on stage to recording in the studio. Street of the Yolk, the mother said she felt "accomplished" to see him finally get the chain. After all, the Street Bud has been rapping since he was 4 years old and asking her mother for a DJ team since he can remember.
"My mom is very important," he said. "If it weren't for my mom, I wouldn't be eating right now [laughs]. I'm pretty sure that she could get out of this room, out of me, and I would be dying of hunger. So, it is like everything else. I had the best manager of the house".
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Street Bud had a tough competition and for a minute, it seemed like 15 years Lil Bri could