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    Friday, December 2, 2016

    Sturk - Boom Bap | Out Now

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    Thursday, September 15, 2016

    Sturk - Who Got My Back? (Audio)

    Chickasha Oklahoma rapper Sturk searches for fans who have his back in his latest output called Who Got My Back? The Young World rapper calls out haters & challenges supporters to remain loyal as he continues his grind to the top.

    The song is featured on Sturk's new album, Chickasha, and is available right now on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Tidal.

    Stream it on YouTube: YouTube.com/YoungWorld405


    Sunday, August 14, 2016

    New Video: Sturk - New Year's Kiss


    New Year's Kiss captures the beauty of downtown Oklahoma City Oklahoma. The video was shot and directed by Young World's in house director Jeffrey Jones, based out of Norman Oklahoma. New Year's Kiss see's Sturk spitting bars all over OKC's Bricktown district.

    Sturk's New Year's Kiss lyrics are about the struggles of attaining a goal. If you listen close, you'll be able to relate to the pursuit of the American dream, something that we all want in our own unique way.

    The song is featured on Sturk's new album, Chickasha, and is available right now on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Tidal.



    Friday, July 15, 2016

    Sturk - She Ain't Gon Give It (Video)



    The lyrics in Sturk's new video, "She Ain't Gon Give It," sends a powerful message of respect towards women. The core storyline in "She Ain't Gon Give It," is that men should respect when a woman grows past them in the attempt to better herself. 

    "I created the song because many guys just can't accept when a woman is trying to be a better person," Sturk said. "We get so mad when a woman isn't returning our text yet we see her on Facebook talking about her job promotion. I feel like we should respect that, not hate it," he continued.

    The video was shot in Sturk's hometown Chickasha Oklahoma and directed by Jeffrey Jones. 

    The song is featured on Sturk's new album, Chickasha, and is available right now on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Tidal.

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