The precocious Philadelphia trio comprising Tajj, Tarik, and Qu’ran might have been probably the most talented teen rappers ever to grace a hip-hop stage. Nevertheless, the untimely launch of the March 1992 debut Something 4 Da Youngstas coincided using the preteen pop/rap trend which was Kriss Kross. Da Youngstas’ 1st release demonstrated the trio’s amazing promise, especially due to the fact they penned their very own lyrics in stark comparison towards the Mack Daddy as well as the Daddy Mack. The trio’s incredibly advanced skills elevated the eyebrows of several a hip-hop luminary and their sophomore launch, The Aftermath, unleashed an angrier lyrical design combined with a number of dazzling beats. The all-star creation squad included famous brands DJ Leading, Pete Rock and roll, CL Smooth, as well as the Beatnuts. The monitor “Wild Kid” best displayed Da Youngstas newfound brasher leanings, nonetheless it was the tough, rhythmic “Crewz Pop” that compensated the group having a respectful pursuing. The effectiveness of The Aftermath brought compliment to Da Youngstas using their very much old peers. The trio documented their third recording in 3 years in 1994, this time around on a more substantial label, Atlantic Information. For No Mercy, the Illy Philly threesome asked the production skills of Marley Marl and K-Def because they continued to build up their designs. The trio continuing to color grim photos of urban existence through smart wordplay and storytelling, nonetheless it was the smoothed out “HIPHOP Trip,” an ode towards the hip-hop custom, that ended up being the most effective cut in the record. After collaborating with Mobb Deep for the one “Bloodshed and Battle” in 1995, Da Youngstas mainly vanished from hip-hop radar displays.