If you were to play a Young Nudy track with no artist description or title, you would think you’re listening to a young Gucci Mane. To be a rising artist, being compared to Gucci Mane definitely isn’t the worst thing for your career. Especially when you’re from East Atlanta’s Zone 6 like the rapper. The buzzing Atlanta rapper recently released his Slimeball 2 mixtape which featured some notable contributions from 21 Savage, Juicy J, and Metro Boomin.
While on the outside most people may think of 21 Savage, Migos, Future, and others when mentioning Atlanta; Nudy has had his city buzzing with tracks like “Sweep”, “Don’t Trust Y’all”, and the recently released track “EA.” The latter of the three tracks shows what’s special about Nudy. Using a bouncy flow over the production from rising talent Pierre Bourne, the track is a cut that’ll have your speakers knocking and your head nodding from its beginning to end. Then when the song is over you’ll go back for another listen, if it isn’t on repeat already. Then you’ll probably catch yourself at some point throughout the day mumbling the song’s first line, “I’m from the five, middle finger Zone 6.”
Most people’s first introduction to the rapper may have been on 21 Savage’s Slaughter King mixtape, appearing on the track “Slime.” Now Nudy is currently on tour with 21 and Young M.A., and is poised to become his own star. His two Slime Ball tapes have a combine total of 140k+ downloads via Spinrilla. “EA” is currently growing in popularity across the country and some are even calling it the hardest track so far this year. But in order to achieve success you must have faith in yourself first. The Atlanta rapper has stamped himself as the “next hottest rapper out of Atlanta,” and you better believe it.
Young Nudy: I been in da street (For how long son?)
Me: SINCE I WAS LIKE 13 NIGGA pic.twitter.com/odNPtXDKIm
— rjay (@DJJSpinnaATL) March 20, 2017