HOT Boy Turk’s New Mixtape ” Blame it on the system hosted by DJ Holiday @TurkMrYNT @djholiday @atlgravity


TURK – BLAME IT ON THE SYSTEM

Hosted by DJ Holiday

“BLAME IT ON THE SYSTEM, DON’T BLAME IT ON HIP-HOP”

Available on DatPiff.com & LiveMixtapes.com
TURK ft B.G., JUVENILE & LIL WAYNE

“Zip It” Remix (Free B.G.)

[Brand New] TURK ft CHRISTIAN RADKE

“CLOSER TO THE DREAM”

turk ft. christian radke – closer to the dream (official tribute edition)

TURK – “REUNITED WIT DA BLOCK”

turk-hot-boys
turk (original hot boy) – reunited wit da block (official video)

TURK – “GET NAKED”

(Official Video – Short Film)

turk – get naked – short film (official video)

TURK – “I DO IT FOR THE KIDS” VLOG

turk “i do it for the kids” vlog by:. @ppmm615

TURK – MARDI GRAS VLOG

turk – mardi gras vlog 1 (thibodaux, la) by:. @ppmm615

TURK – FREE B.G., YOUNG BUCK, C. MURDER & LIL BOOSIE

“BLAME IT ON THE SYSTEM, DON’T BLAME IT ON HIP-HOP”

free young buck #4 ( original hot-boy turk @turkmrtyt )

TURK – BIO

New Orleans-based rapper, Turk, was first discovered in 1996 when the owners of Cash Money Records (brothers Ronald “Slim” Williams and Brian “Baby” Williams) discovered him rapping and rhyming in the nearby Magnolia projects. Later that same year,Turk made his recording debut with a cameo on Juvenile’s solo debut, Solja Rags. Turk was billed as Young Turk, and welcomed into the newly formed Hot Boys (who also included Juvenile, B.G., and Lil Wayne), issuing Get It How U Live!in 1997 and Guerilla Warfare two years later. Turk continued to make cameos on other rapper’s recordings, including Juvenile’s big hits, 400 Degreez and Tha G-Code, Lil Wayne’s Tha Block Is Hot and Lights Out, as well as B.G.’s It’s All on U, Vol. 1 and It’s All on U, Vol. 2. June 2001 saw the release of Turk’s solo debut, Young and Thuggin’, on Universal Records. Turk recorded Untamed Guerilla for Cash Money as a follow-up, but soon jumped ship to Koch, following in the footsteps of B.G. Untamed Guerilla remained unreleased and Turk made his Koch debut in 2003 with Raw and Uncut. In January 2004, Turk was in a Memphis, TN, apartment when narcotics officers and SWAT team members stormed in. According to police, Turk allegedly shot an officer during the drug raid; however, the rapper claimed he was hiding in the closet without a gun. At a preliminary hearing a charge of first-degree attempted murder was reduced to second-degree attempted murder, but Turk was granted bail in the state but was not granted bail in the feds. He was awaiting trial in prison as his third album,Penitentiary Chances, hit the streets in April 2004. After 8 years 8 months and 16 days Turk was released from prison on October 12, 2012, and has hit the ground running, doing interviews, making appearances, and getting in plenty of studio time. Turk has since started his own label YNT Empire with a lot of great up and coming artists on his roster. Turk’s first project since his prison release, Blame It On The System is available now on datpiff.com and livemixtapes.com. Turk has written a book of his life The AutoThugography of Turk, a screenplay for the movie of his life titled RECKLESS, and is reaching back to those in prison with his magazine, YNT Incarcerated. Turk has established himself as a solo artist and entrepreneur, and for him there’s no looking back. When asked what he is doing, Turk says T.H.U.G.G.I.N. in which he redefines as Taking Hardships Using God’s Gifts Inspite of Negativity.

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