Local Recording Artist Young Astronomer Making Waves In Ottawa

By Matthew Kyazze

Local Recording Artist Young Astronomer Making Waves In Ottawa

24 year old up and coming hiphop artist Young Astronomer (Ottawa) is booked to perform as an opening act on July 26th hitting the stage before Wifisfuneral (Interscope Records) with official Tour Support by Camp Yola & 2$toned, presented by: The Diamond Mine Agency.
Most of you know Young Astronomer by his music created in the hiphop collective SWiFTcrew which began in early February 2013 (with songs like Rollin’, ILYMJ, Party Gods, Munchies & their debut song “SWiFT living” how we could forget) or when they rocked a sold out show with Machine Gun Kelly at Algonquin Commons Theatre back in 16’, it’s no question that 2019 is the year big things start to happen.

Word on the street is that Young Astronomer is taking the next chapter to focus on his solo career and release his highly anticipated 3rd body of work “Against All Odds” which will consist of 6 songs and be released later in the year.
If you haven’t heard about the artist that hits so close to home, be sure to check out his previously released EP’s My Thoughts Exactly (2015) & Dreams in Space v1 (2017) and his latest 2019 singles Awoken, Luxury and of course his hit song Mix It Up which recently garnered over 100,000 views on all platforms just recently and shows real promise of success for the young rapper.
Bottom line, if you haven’t checked out Young Astronomer live in concert yet or heard any of his music, we strongly suggest you do cause he’s a real star in the making, we caught up with him last week and he had this to say: “it’s all a process, I’m just happy I have the outlets to express how I’m feeling and how I’m doing with my music.. if you’ve been feeling me and my tunes I really appreciate that, cause it’s real and like my music it’ll always be genuine so thank you everyone, I can’t wait to drop this new music, be sure to check me out on July 26th”.


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