In inking a deal to become the youngest DJ to ever join the stable of Superadio’s massive network, DJ Young Music (DJYM) continues to live up to his name and the standard DYMG Entertainment (his independent label) he built. Superadio Networks boasts a database that distributes 40 radio programs through 725 stations, 150 of them based in top 50 markets. A mega deal for DJ Young Music, the agreement will boost the 19-year-old’s weekly audience to an estimated 30 million.
“We’re always looking for fresh new talent for our mix show group, and Young Music has jumped to the top of the list!” stated Eric Faison, Vice President/Affiliate Relations for Access 1 Communications/ Superadio Networks LLC.
Superadio Networks was drawn to DJ Young Music for his deejay talents and broad audience he’s amassed, which rakes in more than 15 million listeners every week.
“This is a big move for me and a real accomplishment,” said an understandably eager DJ Young Music. “I’m very excited about getting the opportunity to work with the dynamic team at Superadio Networks.”
Given his history and reputation for developing undeniable music and formidable relationships with radio execs coast-to-coast, the highly respected talent has his sights set on mixing for a variety of genres that will include Top 40, R&B, and Hip Hop, among others.
The potential that exists in DJ Young Music is rare, partly because of his success at such a young age, and his visionary talents in music. At the age of 16, the fearless pubescent deejay was touring the country showcasing his talent as one of the hottest up-and-coming deejays. Ironically, DJ Young Music served as the special guest deejay at the winter edition of his music idol’s “(Diddy”) REVOLT TV launch, and in 2015 he kept the party hype at Nicki Minaj’s Pink Print Super Bowl Party. That same year he was seen performing on national tour dates with Grammy award winning artists like Chris Brown and T.I.
DJ Young Music can also be heard mixing beats on powerhouse stations in markets that include his hometown (WPGC 95.5 FM), Savannah, GA (E93 WEAS), Rochester, NY (WDKX 103.9 FM), Myrtle Beach, SC (WDAI 98.5 KISS) Raleigh, NC (Choice FM) and Wilmington, NC (Coast 97.3).
Looks like that list just got a little bigger.