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YoVo: Chicago Rapper

YoVo is a Chicago based Artist (Rapper, Songwriter, Entrepreneur). He is of half Puerto Rican and half European descent. Born in Chicago, it was there that he developed his musical interests, it wasn’t long after until he began to take the stage and amuse his family and friends. All of which have had a profound influence on the direction his musical journey has taken. The development of his unique style is the result of a lifetime of musical influence. Growing up, YoVo was always surrounded by different forms of music. His parents exposed him to a wealth of music as a child, all of which influenced his development. With his debut album, "Mood Swings," on the rise in 2020, YoVo looks forward into stepping back into the music scene to spread positive vibes and once again inspire the masses.  

What do you do and why do you do it?
I am an all-around artist. I write, record, and perform. I do it because it is my passion and it is in my blood. 

How does what you do benefit others?  
It's easy. Inspiration and positive influence.

Describe your career journey and how it led you to where you are now.
When I first started getting into music, nobody was taking me as seriously as they are today. I had to continue to fight through obstacles to prove to not only myself, but also to others that not only is this what I'm good at but this is WHO I AM! That led me into an amazing path filled with other passionate artists and got me to finally work on my debut album "Mood Swings."

Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
5 years from now I see myself continuing to spread positive vibes and inspiring the world because that is all I ever wanted to do.

If you could have one superpower to help you further your purpose, what would it be and why? How would you use it? 
Ooo good question! I would go with mind-reading because some people like to hold back their own personal opinion on how they feel so if I was able to tap into their minds and find out what they really feel I can tailor my music to their needs and wants!

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