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YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Rocko – “Umma Do Me”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Before Rocko became Atlanta's street A&R, he was one of the biggest phenoms coming out of the A. Dating back to 1999, Rocko was working as a ghostwriter, and developing talent. By 2006, he caught the attention of Jermaine Dupri, who was then working at Def

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: J. Cole – “Who Dat”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Seeing how often J. Cole drops hit records and surprise albums, many people forget how long his debut album took to come. Fans waited for years on J. Cole to drop Cole World and June 2010 was one of the expected release dates. Hype built, when the

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: A$AP Rocky – “Goldie”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Six years ago, A$AP Rocky established himself as a star. The Harlem rapper had a lot of buzz, prior to, but when "Goldie" dropped, it was clear that he had something. While the world knows him best for his 2013 hit, "F*ckin' Problems," "Goldie" started the

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Rihanna – “Pon de Replay”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Back in 2005, Jay-Z was just settling into his role as Def Jam president and he took a risk. Signing Rihanna, she set the summer on fire, and scored a big hit. However, at the time, Rihanna was a relative newcomer, and Amerie was the big