I met the precocious, young man at a hip hop summit. He was full of questions that spoke to the innocence he possessed, but the tenacity for this music sport. We sat down and had a few words with this New Jersey native about the state of hip hop to who do you like best. It was clear he was ready to make a name for himself as a producer. Formerly a rapper, he says that “hip hop ain’t dead, it’s just growing.”Young Mir-BiBi's Young Mir- BiBi's

“I am real competitive so I like to stay current”  was the answer he gave when asked how often does he put people up on new music. Mentioning his favorite rapper at the moment was Future, who he says he put people onto prior to the rise of Future. Check out the interview and go find his work https://soundcloud.com/yung-mir-3