Amagiri Young, the upcoming hip-hop recording artist, is all set to release the deluxe version of his sophomore debut album, Rhythm And Vibration. The deluxe edition features the street anthem “Hustlers” with Benny The Butcher as the headliner. The album also boasts collaborations with Slim 400 and K.E. On The Track, with production credits on “Money Sex Murder” and “The Outro Rhythm and Vibration Freestyle.”
Hailing from Long Island, NY, Amagiri Young draws inspiration from the likes of Rakim, Busta Rhymes, Prodigy, EPMD, and Keith Murray, all of whom have their roots in the same place. However, Amagiri Young’s journey to success has not been an easy one. He has had to overcome several challenges, from a troubled childhood that led him to penitentiary at just 17 years old, to being shot, betrayed, and slandered throughout his journey.
Despite all of this, Amagiri Young has persevered and continued to hone his craft, using music as a means of expression and therapy. He engineers his recording sessions, learns to mix and master his own recordings, and is furthering his education at Full Sail University, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in music business.
Amagiri Young‘s music reflects the struggles he has faced and his journey to overcome them. “Music is therapeutic, music moves the soul and touches the heart,” said Amagiri Young. His dedication to his craft is evident in his music, which is a reflection of his life experiences and the emotions he has felt.
The deluxe version of Rhythm And Vibration promises to be a treat for hip-hop fans, with its headlining track “Hustlers” featuring Benny The Butcher, and collaborations with Slim 400 and K.E. On The Track. It is a testament to Amagiri Young’s perseverance, strength, and dedication to his craft.