Young Chop

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Young Chop
Birth name Tyree Pittman
Born (1993-11-14) November 14, 1993 (age 22)
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Genres Hip hop, trap, drill[1][2][3][4]
Occupation(s) Record producer, entrepreneur
Instruments FL Studio, Logic Pro
Years active 2011–present
Labels Chop Squad
Associated acts Chief Keef, Lil Durk, SD , Fredo Santana, Lil Reese, Lil Bibby, Gucci Mane, Metro Boomin
Website www.chopsquadworldwide.com

Tyree Pittman (born November 14, 1993), better known by his stage name Young Chop or Young Chop On Da Beat, is an American record producer and entrepreneur from Chicago, Illinois. In 2012, he gained widespread recognition within the American hip hop community for producing Chief Keef's hits "I Don't Like", "Love Sosa" and "3Hunna". He released his first studio album Precious in 2013, established his own label called Chop Squad Records, and released Still the following year.

On September 25, 2015, with fellow rapper King 100 James, Chop released his album Fat Gang or No Gang, which would be the debut album of him and James' duo known as "Fat Gang." [5] Chop also confirmed he would be making a sequel mixtape to Chief Keef's debut album Finally Rich, which would be released on his twenty-second birthday, November 14, 2015.

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Biography[edit]

Pittman grew up in the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. Pittman started making beats when he was 11 years old with the help of his cousin.[6] He was childhood friends with noted Chicago artist Chief Keef and went on to produce many of his songs.[7] Chop is part of a production team collective called BandKamp which also includes producer and CEO BandKamp, Paris Beuller and intern WaldooBeatz, Chief Keef's Back From The Dead was officially the first mixtape he produced.[8] Chop recently started his own independent label called Chop Squad.[9] He has also started a website called SoundKitWiz.com, an online retail music production website where producers and engineers can purchase audio engineering and music production related products.[9]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 2013: Precious
  • 2014: Still
  • 2015: Fat Gang Or No Gang
  • 2015: Finally Rich Too

Production discography[edit]

2012[edit]

Chief Keef - Back From The Dead[edit]
  • 01. "Monster"
  • 02. "My Niggas"
  • 03. "Sosa"
  • 04. "Winnin'"
  • 05. "I Don't Like"
  • 06. "True Religion Feind"
  • 07. "Designer"
  • 08. "I Don't Know Dem"
  • 09. "Everyday"
  • 11. "Save That Shit"
  • 12. "3Hunna (Remix)"
Ambition[edit]

GSM Squad

SD - Life Of A Savage[edit]
  • 02. "Heat Em Up"
  • 07. "Act Up"
  • 08. "Can't Tell Me Shit"
  • 12. "We Wussup"
King Louie - Showtime[edit]
  • 07. "Pack So Loud"
  • 16. "Want It All"
  • 18. "Rap Shit"
Lil Reese - Don't Like[edit]
  • 01. "US"
  • 02. "Nothin"
  • 03. "Traffic"
  • 04. "Ova"
  • 05. "Beef"
  • 06. "Rap Shit"
  • 07. "Bad"
  • 08. "Savage"
  • 09. "I Don't Like"
  • 10. "We Don't Count Money"
Gucci Mane - I'm Up[edit]
  • 12. "Super Cocky"
Bo Deal - The Chicago Code 3[edit]
  • 09. "Thuggin'"
Ace Hood - Body Bag 2[edit]
  • 13. "Yeen Bout Dat Life"
Drewz Porter[edit]
  • 01. hot boy
GOOD Music - Cruel Summer[edit]
  • 12. "I Don't Like (Remix)" (with Kanye West, The Twilite Tone, Noah Goldstein)
Frenchie - Concrete Jungle 2[edit]
  • 15. "Don't Try It"
Soulja Boy - Juice II[edit]
  • 07. "1000"
  • 00. "Fast Car, Fast Money" (Promotional mixtape music video single)
Fredo Santana - It's A Scary Site[edit]
  • 06. "Gang Bang"
  • 10. "Respect" (with TM-88)
  • 13. "Beef"
Lil Durk - Life Ain't No Joke[edit]
  • 03. "Right Here"
SD - Life Of A Savage 2[edit]
  • 07. "She Boring"
Kid Ink - Rocketshipshawty[edit]
  • 01. "OG"
Soulja Boy - Young & Flexin[edit]
  • 16. "Foreign Cars"
Big Sean - Detroit[edit]
  • 05. "Woke Up"
  • 07. "Mula"
Birdman - Bigga Than Life[edit]
  • 01. "Shout Out" Ft: DjYungTellem
Red Café - American Psycho[edit]
French Montana - Mac & Cheese 3[edit]
  • 02. "Ocho Cinco"
  • 04. "Yayo" (with DJ Spinz)
  • 07. "Hatin On A Youngin"
  • 08. "Devil Want My Soul"
Lil Mouse - Mouse Trap[edit]
  • 04. "Clear The Crowd"
King Louie - Drilluminati[edit]
  • 13. "Broke"
$wagg - BNF[edit]
  • 00. "Have it All" (feat. Lil JoJo, Lil Mister & P. Rico)
Chief Keef - Finally Rich[edit]
Trap Pat - Killuminati[edit]

2013[edit]

Pusha T - Wrath of Caine[edit]
  • 09. Blocka (Feat. Popcaan & Travi$ Scott)
Ace Hood - Starvation 2[edit]
  • 01. Root of Evil (intro)
  • 05. Fuck Da World
  • 09. MOB ft. Choo Choo
Cassie - RockaByeBaby[edit]
French Montana - Excuse My French[edit]
  • 04. Paranoid
  • 17. Ocho Cinco (with Rob Holladay)
Travi$ Scott - Owl Pharaoh[edit]
  • 07. Blocka La Flame (with Mike Dean & Travi$ Scott)
Trinidad James - 10 Pc. Mild[edit]
  • 03. $hut Up!!! ft. Travi$ Scott
  • 07. Jumpin Off Texa$ ft. Rich Homie Quan
Ace Hood - Trials & Tribulations[edit]
  • 16. "Fuck Da World"
Big Sean - Hall of Fame[edit]
Juicy J - Stay Trippy[edit]
  • 03. No Heart No Love ft. Project Pat
DJ Khaled - Suffering from Success[edit]
Booba - Futur 2.0[edit]
  • 05. RTC feat us
Freddie Gibbs - Anybody Killa[edit]
  • 00. Deuces
Lil Durk - Signed To The Streets[edit]
  • 05. Bang Bros
  • 13. One Night
  • 14. 52 Bars Pt 2
Wiz Khalifa - Blacc Hollywood[edit]
  • 00. Got Me Some More
Starlito & Don Trip - Step Brothers 2[edit]
  • 01. Ninja Focus
Lil Bibby - Free Crack[edit]
  • 14. Tired Of Talkin'
Lil Reese - Supa Savage[edit]
  • 02. Irrelevant
  • 10. No Lackin Money Stackin

2014[edit]

2 Chainz - FreeBase[edit]
  • 07. "They Know"
Puff Daddy - Non-album song[edit]
Lil Durk - Signed To The Streets 2[edit]
  • 06. "Party"
  • 07. "I Made It"
  • 09. "Feds Listenin"
  • 11. "I Go" (feat. Johnny May Cash)

2015[edit]

Rae Sremmurd - SremmLife[edit]
  • 04. My X
ILL-BOYZ ENT.[edit]
  • Johnny May Cash - Where I Started ft.Chief Keef and Illboyz
  • Johnny May Cash - Broke Niggas ft. South
  • Johnny May Cash - Right Now ft. Migz
  • Johnny May Cash - Countin' ft. Illboyz
  • Johnny May Cash - My Last Days (Intro)
SD - Life Of Savage 4[edit]
  • 00. "Thank You"
Lil Durk - Single[edit]
  • "Life Like This" (feat. Jrock and South)

References[edit]

  1. ^ xs ssu2f qe civicrummies-part-2-the-producers/14/ "Hip-Hop in 2013… for Dummies (Part 2: The Producers)" Check |url= value (help). Fact. April 19, 2013. Retrieved June 21, 2013. 
  2. ^ Battan, Carrie (December 28, 2012). "One Nation Under Drill". Pitchfork. Retrieved June 21, 2013. 
  3. ^ Cho, Jaeki (February 7, 2013). "Young Chop Talks Lex Luger, Chief Keef, and Studio Habits". XXL. Retrieved June 21, 2013. 
  4. ^ Turner, David. "French Montana, 'Excuse My French' (Maybach Music/Bad Boy/Interscope)". SPIN. Retrieved 2013-05-29. 
  5. ^ September 25th #chopsquadrecords
  6. ^ Off the Record: Young Chop YouTube.com
  7. ^ [1] Reddit.com
  8. ^ Chop Squad Tm88 Globalgrind.com
  9. ^ a b Sherron, Shabazz (July 23, 2014). "Young Chop Says, "I Don't Even Know What Drill Music Is"". HipHopDX. Retrieved 17 October 2015.