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DEHH Inbox: Yung Stef – Put That Onna Ghetto [Prod by Yung Shun]

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DEHH Inbox: Yung Stef – Put That Onna Ghetto [Prod by Yung Shun]

Upfront warning, this is some street shit. I was a tad bit on the fence when selecting Yung Stef for our DEHH Inbox feature but after giving it some thought and listening to it once more, I figured what the hell. Hip hop is more than just backpack rap and it does include a gamut of music choices and variety for everyone. Not everyone is into a Common or Talib or Roc Marciano and are more into that street shit. So who exactly is Yung Stef?

Yung Stef is a Chicago rapper that grew up listening to Twista, Do or Die, and Crucial Conflict and of course, after a brief stint doing street shit which included six felony charges, he decided to give rap a choice like they all eventually do. Turns out he has been successful with it after releasing three mixtapes (First 48, Taliban Shit, Taliban Shit II: Welcome To Chiraq) that helped launch his career. If you like street rap, listen to “Put That Onna Ghetto” and give your verdict on Yung Stef.

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