by: michael eli dokosi/www.blakkpepper.com/ghana
The music industry is a tough one to enter and even those who are lucky to score hit tunes ain’t guaranteed a place for long when the hits dry up.
But for new comer; Rauf Yahaya alias Young Trixx Flowmorce, he is keen to make a living off music especially when he’s teamed up with new management Wayne City Music and Ghetto Youth Records.
On ‘Treat Me Good’, his new offering; Young Trixx states his lady is heavily endowed and treats him good. He adds, her endowments blows the mind of desirous guys away noting she pampers him so he is ready to fly her to Miami so they can have a jolly time.
This tune; produced by DJ Wayne seeks to entreat ladies to treat their partners well.
But who is Young Trixx Flowmorce?
The Bolga native now based at Mamobi in Accra informed blakkpepper that he’s been in the music landscape for 15 years beginning his music craft through school, street battles and night cub appearances before landing a deal with Wayne City Music and Ghetto Youth Records.
The man who says he can do Hiphop, RnB, Afro Pop and Dancehall notes even his mum was amazed by his ability to mimic singers and display whiles young.
“I can do anything in the music industry,” Young Trixx pointed out.
The man born to dad; Rauf and mum Bilkis popularly called Maame has five siblings and says although born and bred in Bolgatanga, he chose to pursue his dreams in Accra in 2008 initially settling at Pig Farm, Nima before his current Mamobi base.
The Gowrie Senior High School graduate submitted he first went to a studio in 2006 whiles a Junior High School pupil, recording his first tune at the Fireblaze studio in Bolga produced by Selasie.
“I was amazed by the positive response from those who consumed the song and was eager to go all out,” he recalls.
A hustler, Young Trixx reckons he has over 10 singles but because he had to fund everything he was unable to offer an album.
“I am hustler who has done varied things to earn money including teaching adults English, being a dispatch rider to working with an NGO.”
‘Bamu Bari’ rendered in Hausa meaning ‘we ain’t stopping’ gave him the most positive feedback; firming his decision to cool down on the hard core rap and sway towards Afro-Pop and Dancehall.
His influences include Tupac, BIG, Jay Z and in Ghana Obrafuor and Okomfuo Kwade.
“Obrafuor and Kwade’s poetry and word play is phenomenal. They render mature rap and their lyrical content is solid,” he revealed to blakkpepper.
On being recruited as a Wayne City Music and Ghetto Youth Records signee, Young Trixx rendered:
“I have longed for likeminded people like this to work with and with this arrangement; I reckon we form a solid team. Fans can expect my Extended Play Record or EP to drop soon so they can have a collection of my works on one platform.”
According to Young Trixx, his lady; love Sayida inspired his ‘Treat Me Good’ tune adding “she is real, she’s been with me even when I had nothing, we’ve been through a lot and so I urge other ladies to treat their partners right.”
Flowmorce’s hobbies include watching series, listening to music and reading. His fan base he says cuts across the geographical spectrum adding he has fans in Accra, Kumasi, Bolga, Finland and Nigeria.
On inspiration for his stage name, Young Trixx explained he loved the matrix film so much he coined something from it.
He can be reached on social media platforms using Young Trixx Flowmorce.
Enjoy ‘Treat Me Good’ from Young Trixx Flowmorce: