Young Thunder Launches in The DMV.

Young Thunder ‘s commercial to his music video single “Living” will be played in the Washington Dc area and will be shown on the Comcast television platform promoted to 500,000 people.   

RESPECT. The Track: Young Thunder – “Knock Them Haters Off (Feat. Duke J.R.)”

Checking back into the RESPECT. pages, Midwest rep Young Thunder drops off the blistering new cut, “Knock Them Haters Off.” Arriving as part of Thunder’s 2018 project, Synced, “Knock Them, Haters, off” is an enticing track that sees the Fort Wayne native enlist Duke J.R. as the two trades off barbs over the infectious production. Having already released a string of singles that have impressed, Thunder is on a tear to make this project stick. Taking advantage of the festivities of the NBA’s All-Star game in L.A. this weekend, Young […]

Journal Gazette: Local hip-hop artist releases album

Local hip-hop artist Young Thunder is releasing an album, “Synced,” today. Though he is traveling the country to promote his music and help other artists through his Street Philosophy company, Young Thunder (born Tylen Fowlkes) says staying rooted in Fort Wayne is important to him. The album can be purchased through online sellers. An EP will be released in the coming months. – The Journal Gazette

RESPECT. Midwest Native, Young Thunder Returns With, “She Can Lay It Down.”

Thugs need love too. You heard 2Pac and every other rapper who ever laced a mic say it over the years. It’s a concept that’s allowed for some of rap’s more grungy voices to be accepted in the mainstream — Ja Rule, I’m talking to you — by gracing them with angelic singers like Ashanti on hooks. It also allowed for those who didn’t have such intolerable tones to eat up the pie themselves. After releasing his infectious debut on the RESPECT. Magazine pages, Fort Wayne native Young Thunder is […]

RESPECT. The Track: Young Thunder – “Living”

No matter how much the purists try to push and pry, club music will always have a place in Hip-Hop. For every Mos Def, a lyrically-dense wordsmith who’s sole responsibility is to make you scrunch your face like you just smelled a fart, there’s five Mase’s–silky smooth, melodically driven rappers who place women above bars. That’s not to say that Mase didn’t have bars, or that Mos couldn’t rock a party, it’s just to say that there’s a place for everything in Hip-Hop, paving the way for promising artists like […]