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Young Bonez – Chill Nigga (The Misunderstood Story Chapter 2): My real name is Terrence Eugene Wilson Jr from St.Louis Missouri. What I’m about to say is not an exaggeration I’ve been rapping since an adolescent in grade school. I started rapping as a small child and started writing my raps at the age of nine years old. I would always entertain my class mates with freestyles and raps my entire time in school. In middle school I joined the choir to learn how to sing I was an alto, tenor and bass. I got kicked out of my middle school and finished the rest of my middle school education in an alternative school until I went to high school. In 9th grade I entered a talent show where I had to write a clean rap song. In rehearsal I showed the other contestants my new song and they all loved it the video is still on youtube it’s called “Pensil And A Notepad” that became my first hit single. Later on my teacher showed me a recording software that I used to make mixtapes. I often gave these mixtapes to the people in my school and quickly became known as a rapper in my school. When I dropped out of school and went to Job Corps they had a studio in the recreation center on campus. I would record in there and the music coach names Coach Hill loved my music and got me to perform on campus and at local school events around the city of Saint Louis. Before I graduated with my high school diploma Coach Hill said that he new David McPhereson’s father from college he tried to get me a record deal with Epic Records. After I graduated me and Epic Records where still talking my mother told me that I had six months after I had graduated to either get a record deal or go to the Military. After 5 months David McPhereson called me and told me that I wasn’t unique enough and that he would not be giving me a record deal. When I went to the Army I got stationed in South Korea. While there I worked at multiple clubs off base in Seoul in my spare time and promoted the club events as well as performed at the club every weekend for a year. After South Korea I was stationed at Fort Bragg where I got deployed to UAE. In UAE I would do open mics on base every time they had one for six months. Since I’ve been back from deployment I have performed at a club called The Rock Shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

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