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Published on January 29th, 2020 | by Guest Editor


Baltimore’s Yung Inkky Makes A Splash With ‘In My Head’

Baltimore’s modeling emcee Yung Inkky galvanized romantic emotions towards the women who support him in the latest single “In My Head.” As one of the top artists from his city, Inkky has high hopes for the single to keep elevating his career.

Embellished trap drums fuse with Inkky’s melodic vocals to create a hood love ballad dedicated to his women fans. He credits them for making sure his music gets streamed and his growing social media following.

Without the ladies, I wouldn’t have a career so I thank them for everything I have accomplished and hope to continue to accomplish. – Yung Inkky

The video that he shot for it features him and a model who is seen in various scenes to be enjoying each other for each other. For an emcee from the ghettos of Baltimore City, Inkky has elegance and manners that make women feel appreciated in the purest forms of affection.

“Listening to artists like Summer Walker, I’m not ashamed to admit my overall appreciation of how beautiful black women are,” Inkky told reporters during a studio session. “Being able to make quality music which s shows them love is always a plus in my books,” – Yung Inkky

Asides from making music, Inkky has been featured across the country in a DTLR/Reebok advertisement which is featured in twenty-five states. The momentum he is building is serious, for “In My Head,” Inkky wishes it adds to it.

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