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Yung Sams: Next big thing in Music industry

Yung-Sams

The focus would be an artist coming up and achieving goals he’s set for himself, such as playing on TV, having music on the radio, and linking up with other artists.

Samuel Casca, also known as Yung Sam, is an artist because he writes, produces, sings, and raps. He was born in Lagos, Nigeria, then moved to Sacramento, California, at the age of 10, and has been trying to tell his story ever since. He wants to tell the story of an average kid who had a dream across the Atlantic and is manifesting those dreams today. He stands out because he blends a rap style and his storytelling on his records is vivid. The stories he tells can be pictured when you hear the songs.

The biggest challenges were getting his foot in the door with his style, especially now when lyrics don’t mean much and know that people are tuning in, they understand and accept his sound. He believes that there will be obstacles in one’s dream; all one can do is stick to it and continues to chase it. Still, they will always be overcome. The focus would be an artist coming up and achieving goals he’s set for himself, such as playing on TV, having music on the radio, and linking up with other artists. His notable career highlights are visiting the iheart radio awards, premiering songs on television, and meeting some of his favorite artists such as Post Malone, Russ, ty $, Lil Yachty, and several others. He sees himself on billboard charts in a few years because he is evolving with his craft and is reaching new heights both in the states and overseas. His main goal is to reach a new audience and get his name on all platforms because he wants to make a big name soon.

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