|Birth name||Demerick Ferm|
|Also known as||Demrick
|Associated acts||B-Real, Kurupt, Xzibit, Soul Assassins, Cypress Hill, Cashis, Swollen Members|
Demerick Ferm, better known by his stage name Demrick, formerly known as Young De, is a recording artist/songwriter from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is currently residing in Los Angeles, California. His description of his style is "both raw and soulful". “The songs I write are about my life, friends, family and people I’ve met along the way, most of my inspiration comes from my everyday experiences.” He is best known for his collaborations with high profile artists such as Xzibit, Kurupt, Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, B-Real and Cypress Hill. He is also recognized as a protege of B-Real of Cypress Hill and Xzibit.
- 1 Life and career
- 2 Discography
- 3 References
- 4 External links
Life and career
2005-2010: Audio Hustlaz, Vol. 1, and Smoke N Mirrors
The beginning of his career started in 2005 when he met Kurupt in Philadelphia. At the time he was in a group called Tangled Thoughts and Kurupt urged them to move to California. They took him up on the suggestion and released an album with Kurupt titled as Philly 2 Cali in 2007.
In 2008, Demrick released his solo debut mixtape titled Audio Hustlaz, Vol. 1, which was presented by DJ Skee. B-Real contributed to the mixtape as a producer and featured on several tracks. Later that year, Demrick released the Homeland Security mixtape, which was a collaboration project with Shady/Interscope’s artist Cashis. Homeland Security was hosted by DJ Whoo Kid and featured tracks with Royce Da 5’9, Crooked I and Freeway among others.
Demrick was also featured on B-Real’s first solo debut album, Smoke N Mirrors (2009), making appearances on 5 of the 15 songs, including the single "Don’t Ya Dare Laugh". With that album, B-Real and Demrick spent a lot of time touring overseas. In the middle of 09’, Demrick’s appearance on DJ Muggs' Soul Assassins: Intermission album, which landed 2,000,000 hits on YouTube for its first single "Figure It Out". Due to the success of that song he has spent the past 2 years touring with Xzibit.
In 2010 Cypress Hill released their 8th studio album titled “Rise Up” on EMI’s Priority Records. Demrick was featured on the street single "It Ain’t Nothin". The video for this single received rotation on all television outlets and landed him on Last Call with Carson Daly. He also went on tour with Cypress, performing at festivals like Rock Am Ring and Rockin Rio. At the end of the year Demrick teamed up with DJ Fingaz, for yet another mixtape titled as De Is for Demrick.
2011-present: Urban Ammo, #HeadsUP, All The Wrong Things & Serial Killers
In 2011, Xzibit and Demrick created a music catalog for the company Extreme Music/Sony ATV titled as Urban Ammo. From that catalog, they chose two digital singles, including "Man on the Moon" and "What It Is". These videos were shot by director Matt Alonzo and led to rotation on MTV. In mid-2011, Demrick released an EP titled Neva Look Back, which was produced solely by Scoop DeVille. The EP had three singles "What’s Good", "Ready 2 Go" and "What’s Good (Remix)".
In October 2013 Demrick released an album with the hip hop group Serial Killers, alongside Xzibit and B-Real.
- Losing Focus (with Cali Cleve) (2015)
- Collect Call (2016)
- Stoney Point (with DJ Hoppa and Cali Cleve) (2015)
- Loud Pack: Extracts (with Scoop Deville) (2015)
- "tangledthoughts/" (Tangled Thoughts - T.H.O. (Tha Free Mixtape))
- Audio Hustlaz, Vol. 1" (Presented by DJ Skee)
- "Homeland Secutity" (with Cashis) (2008)
- "De Is for Demrick" (with DJ Fingaz, produced by 21 the Producer)
- " Neva LOOK Back" (Produced entirely by Scoop DeVille)
- "#HeadsUP" (Features by Brevi and Xzibit)
- All the Wrong Things (2012)
- All the Wrong Things 2 (2013)
- Serial Killers, Vol. 1 (with Xzibit & B-Real as Serial Killers) (2013)
- WingsUP - EP (2013)
- The Murder Show (with Xzibit & B-Real as Serial Killers) (2015)
- Blaze With Us (with Dizzy Wright) (2016)
- "It Ain't Nothin'" (with Cypress Hill)
- "Blaze of Glory"
- "Man on the Moon" (with Xzibit)
- "What It Is" (with Xzibit)
|2009||"Don't You Dare Laugh"||B-Real, Xzibit||Smoke N Mirrors|
|"6 Minutes"||B-Real, Tekneek|
|"10 Steps Behind"|
|"Dr. Hyphenstein"||B-Real, Snoop Dogg, Trace Midas|
|"Figure It Out"||Soul Assassins||Soul Assassins: Intermission
(Presented by DJ Muggs)
|2010||"It Ain't Nothin'"
|Cypress Hill||Rise Up (Via Capitol Records)|
|2011||"What It Is"||Xzibit||Urban Ammo 2
Xtreme Music/Sony Singles
|2011||"Man on the Moon"|
|2012||"Medicated"||Cypress Hill, Rusko||Cypress X Rusko|
|2012||"Movies"||Xzibit, The Game, Crooked I, Slim The Mobster||Napalm|
|"Killer's Remorse"||Xzibit, B-Real, Bishop Lamont|
|"Crazy"||Xzibit, B-Real, Jelly Roll|
|2013||"The Pain"||Cashis, Sara Shine||The County Hound 2|
- Can't Move Me (Cashis)
- In God's Hands (Cashis)
- Don't You Dare Laugh (B-Real)
- Figure It Out (Xzibit, Myketsro)
- Streets Don't Love You Back (B-Real)
- Blaze of Glory
- All Out War
- Running Around
- It Ain't Nothin' (Cypress Hill)
- Man on the Moon (Xzibit)
- What It Is (Xzibit)
- What's Good (Scoop DeVille, Brevi)
- She's a Freak
- Ready to Go (Scoop DeVille, Xzibit, Brevi)
- What's Good (Remix) (Scoop DeVille, Cliqou Nico, Brevi)
- Money & Weed
- Burn Out
- Money & Weed, Pt. 2
- My Religion
- Space Island
- Make Way
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- "Xzibit Euro Dollar Tour". Planet Urban. Archived from the original on 2013-10-22. Retrieved 2013-10-20.
- "Serial Killaz [Xzibit/B Real/Young De". HipHop DX. 2009-12-02. Archived from the original on 2009-12-23. Retrieved 2013-10-20.
- "B-Real, Xzibit, Young De = Serial Killaz". Joker Brand. Archived from the original on 2013-05-12. Retrieved 2013-10-20.
- "i am demrick Archives". Tapedeck. 2011-07-24. Retrieved 2013-10-20.
- "Demrick - Who Am I". Hot New Hip Hop. Archived from the original on 2013-05-12. Retrieved 2013-10-20.
- "Xzibit & Extreme Music Lock 'N' Load a Full Clip of High Caliber Surface-to-Ear Urban Ammo". Reuters. 2011-04-12. Retrieved 2013-10-20.