There is a revolution happening on the blind side of most stakeholders in the industry. This revolution is creeping up slowly and about to take the music scene by storm. This revolution is in the form of a young Central University student. He is Yung Pabi, christened Prince Addo Biney. Yung Pabi, a versatile and talented artist is the new sensation in GH music. He is predominantly a hip hop and hip life artist but has the dexterity to do other genres of music.
His music is influenced by a list of music greats which includes Tupac, Nas, Busta Rhymes,Lil Wayne, Kanye West and Sarkodie. He has a passion for writing and making music, which is the driving force behind his desire. He loves to watch movies and is dedicated towards his passion and society.
Yung Pabi as an artist who represents originality. He always stands by the fact that being original will guarantee longevity in the industry. The quality of his music is beyond doubt.
As witnessed in the number of tracks he has to his credit. He is not signed to any record label at the moment but was signed on to Blue Paper Entertainment about three years ago while he was in senior high school (St. Thomas Aquinas).He has over twenty songs to his credit with the famous “Soobolo” which features the versatile and talented Wanlov and also “Deep” which he collaborated with his high school mate Big Burn among the lots. Currently he has one video to his credit, the video for his hit song “deep” which is on an impressive rotation on television channels nationwide. Yung Pabi will be on his way to making a profound impact in the industry with a good start already.
He earned himself large constituency of following while in Senior High School taking into consideration the fact that he was always billed to perform at one Senior High School or another every weekend. He has managed to gain more fans after high school too.
Yung Pabi is amongst the few Ghanaian artists privileged to get international recognition by being nominated in the prestigious African Youth Choice Awards for Most Promising Music Act Africa, the same category Episode, Kwamz and Flava, Koker of Chocolate City and YC from Nigeria were nominated in this shows the kind of talent in Yung Pabi.