David Rush (rapper)
|Birth name||David Mauricio Bowen-Petterson|
|Also known as||Rush, Young Boss Nieves, Young Boss|
|Born||Highland Park, New Jersey, United States|
|Genres||Hip hop, pop|
|Occupations||Rapper, record producer|
|Years active||2005 - present|
|Associated acts||Pitbull, LMFAO, Trina, Kevin Rudolf|
David Mauricio Bowen-Petterson, better known by his stage name David Rush (formerly Young Boss Nieves or simply Young Bo$$), is an American recording artist and record producer from Highland Park, New Jersey. He is perhaps best known for his commercial debut single "Shooting Star", which has a popular remix titled the "Party Rock Mix", featuring American EDM duo LMFAO.
In 2007, under the moniker Young Bo$$, Rush scored his first big feature on the song "Go Girl", by fellow American rapper Pitbull, which peaked at #83 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Following this, he officially changed his stage name to David Rush and on September 18, 2008, released his debut mixtape, Feel the Rush Vol. 1. The mixtape features his biggest success to date, his commercial debut single, "Shooting Star", which features Pitbull and was produced by AYB. The single charted on the Canadian Hot 100 and also reached the top ten on the US Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart. "Shooting Star" was remixed featuring production from LMFAO and vocals from Kevin Rudolf. Rush collaborated with Pitbull again in the making of Pitbull's 2012 album Global Warming, where Rush was featured on a song titled "Everybody Fucks", alongside African-American R&B singer Akon.
- 2008: Feel the Rush Vol. 1
|2008||"Shooting Star (Party Rock Remix)"
(featuring Kevin Rudolf, LMFAO and Pitbull)
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|2009||"Where You Wanna Go"||-||-||-|
(Pitbull featuring Trina and Young Bo$$)
|2011||"Took My Love"
(Pitbull featuring Redfoo, Vein & David Rush)
(Pitbull featuring Akon & David Rush )
Pitbull - Planet Pit (2011)
Priyanka Chopra - Exotic - Single (2013)
Jason Derulo - Tattoos (2013)
- 09. "Stupid Love" (featuring Marc Anthony) (produced with BeatGeek, RedOne)
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