If he could work with anyone he would work with Timberland or Busta Rhymes.
He appears on T Pain's song and music video "Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin)".
He had a song featured on the Step Up soundtrack.
His album "New Joc City" reached #3 on the U.S. Billboard Chart.
He was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2006.
His album "New Joc City" is a reference to the 1991 movie New Jack City.
Yung Joc's album "New Joc City" is 54 minutes and 58 seconds long.
Nitti was a producer for his album "New Joc City".
He has been featured on songs by the following artists: Jibbs, Cheri Dennis, Danity Kane, Lil Boosie, Trae, and T-Pain.
Yung Joc's rap is put into the southern rap genre.
He has been involved with the following record labels: Bad Boy South, Block Entertainment, and Mastermind Music.
Yung Joc made his rap debut in 2006.
Yung Joc has released three singles: "It's Going Down", "I Know You See It", and "1st Time".
His album New Joc City has sold 815,507 copies in the United States.
He released "New Joc City" on June 6, 2006.
He has said that some of his inspiration came from listening to fellow Atlanta, Georgia native T.I.'s music.
His debut album "New Joc City" went gold and platinum.
Despite the rumors, he is not related to rapper Young Jeezy.
He is President of Mastermind Music, a record label he established.
His father taught him how to run his own business.
Yung Joc: (Advice for aspiring artists) Just stay at it. Keep a positive mind.
Yung Joc: (What inspired him to write the song, Coffee Shop) I guess just wondering that when cops go into a coffee shop with they ever realize that man, every time you look up man, every time you look up in a coffee shop there are regular customers that are in and out right? There are all types of transactions taking place. There's a lot of hustlin' goin' on in coffee shops, man. Believe it or not. People are not having their business meeting, there's a lot goin' on. It reminded me of the hood. And the way I used to trap so I thought, hey I'm gonna do a song about it.
Yung Joc: (Personal goals he made while recording Hustlenomics) Yea, I wanted to give it my all. I wanted to give my last album my all but it was kinda rushed because It's Goin' Down came out and it was like "boom!" and I was like "Oh, I need to get this album out."
Yung Joc: (Some insight on his album, Hustlenomics) A lot of good music. I had to upgrade from last album. I really can't say much. It definitely is a more mature album that New Joc City.
Yung Joc: (Collaborating with T-Pain and how it affected his style of songwriting) Not really I mean it has let me know that I still am on board when I hit records. I had the option to deny the record and when I did that record with him it really helped Pain spring board back on top. I was happy that I was able to really help him.
Yung Joc: (Handling success and how he feels about it) It feels good. Good to know that people are receptive of what I do and who I am and the movement and the label, Block Entertainment, ya know, and Bad Boy, it feels good, I am truly blessed. I mean what more can I say?