As implied by his name, rapper Yung Texxus represents the Lone Star State (Killeen to be exact). Backed by industry heavyweights DJ Clue (signed to Desert Storm) and Scarface (as a member of his protégé group, Green City), Texx looks to be the next big voice from his home state’s hip-hop scene. On the remix to Buss It Open, Mi$ta Green details his night at the bar, watching out for tipsy females. Always in the mood to scoop up some fine women, Yung Joc decides to give Texxus a call, hoping to buy some dranks and, well, you know the rest. When a long career is planned, it doesn’t hurt to have a major feature on your first single; hopefully Yung Texxus can keep it going himself.
Written by Burmy on 04/24/08
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Desert Storm/State City Music/Green City
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"The Blue Dream" (2011)
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