The Pulse of Entertainment: Texas Rapper
Young Hi-Way Releases New Single ‘Slide' with Accompanying Music Video
(October 18, 2022) - "I'd see my daddy rapping on the microphone,"
said 10-year-old rapper Young Hi-Way, who just released a new single titled "Slide" (H.Y.P.E.),
when I asked about when he started his journey to being a rapper. "He asked if I was sure I wanted to rap...then he made
me a song."
Born in Texas as Jayden Everitt, Young Hi-Way's previous single "Hot Tamala Girl" received
over ½ million on YouTube and it has garnered over 338,000 streams. So "hot" was the single Young Hi-Way
shared the stage with Nickelodeon's rapper/reality star Lay Lay ("That Girl Lay Lay").
"I got this
‘Slide' song," he told me about his new single that has a very funny music video to accompany it filled with elderly
people doing the line dance. "It was my fathers' idea (the music video). I want my ‘Slide' song to show that old
people still got it."
Also, a singer, actor and in his own right a songwriter, Young Hi-Way is a straight
"A" student who started rapping at the tender age of five with the debut single "Do My Thang." His father
is rapper Hi-Way Chianti.
"When I grow up, I want to have a good and successful life, fans to look at me and
know that they can do anything they want when they grow up," Young Hi-Way said when I asked.
When I asked
what rappers he currently listens to he said, "I listen to Lil Baby and I like some songs of Choppa."
Hi-Way also released the single "Jay Sosa" and is a featured artist on such singles as Finesse2Tymes' "Get
Even" remix. www.YoungHi-Way.com
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