Are you fan of Outcast Youth??? Right now waiting for you special occasion!!!
I’m going to do video song dedications for brrrrrr £25. You pick any song released/unreleased/cover song (from a list) and I’ll perform it video blog style and dedicate it to you and shoutout you/your mates/whoever! Determined for Outcast Youth to be self financed from now on :) Link will be up on outcastyouth.com tomorrow or friday latest :)
Do you wanna be part of the interview with great Outcast Youth??
If yes….Send questions to KerliKoivPoland@gmail.com or select an option “Ask me anything”. Deadline is in next Sunday (1th April).
Who is Outcast Youth????
Outcast Youth is a conscious rapper from Liverpool.
It all started in the autumn of 2002, when 15 year old emcee Paul ‘Pabs’ Melia first picked up the pen and began writing rap songs in his school exercise books. At age 16 he dropped out of 6th form and it was during this time of solitude that Outcast Youthwas born. He cashed in his life savings and bought a microphone and recording equipment to share his message with anyone who’d listen. As spring began to arrive Paul stepped out of his exile and after being stuck inside for so long he revelled in the freedom of the outdoors and over the following summer he penned the Rebel Diaries mixtape, a collection of songs about his adventures and romances, a coming of age journey from boy to man.
In 2008 Outcast Youth began performing on the Liverpool music scene and has since gone on to perform at all of the major music venues in and around the city including the Carling Academy, the BT Convention Centre, Monochrome, The Masque, The Zanzibar club and the 02 Academy Liverpool, amongst others.
By 2010 Outcast Youth was recognised as one of the leading Hip-Hop artists in the North West of England, with fans from all over the world. Countless shows at schools and music venues throughout the North West as well as over 200,000 song plays across various websites has led to the eagerly anticipated debut album from Outcast Youth In late 2010 Outcast Youth released a free mixtape as a prelude to the album and as a way of saying thanks to all of his supporters.