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Birth name: Jasiel A. Robinson.
Also known as: Yung Joc, ATL's Most Wanted, Yung J.O.C., NEW JOC CITY.
Born: April 2, 1983 Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Yung Joc featured on the songs "Show Stopper" by Danity Kane (from Diddy's Making The Band 3) & Cassie's album track Call U Out. Despite the rumors, he is not related to rapper Young Jeezy.
New Joc City
Yung Joc was discovered by Russell "Block" Spencer after crafting a street buzz throughout his hometown of Atlanta with the street anthems "It's Going Down" and "I Know You See It". In 2006, Yung Joc released his debut album New Joc City. The first single, "It's Goin' Down" charted at #3 on the billboard top 100 and #1 on the R&B chart. This single was produced by Nitti. His second single, "I Know You See It" charted at #17 on the top 100 chart. His third single, "1st Time", however, was much less successful. This song features Marques Houston and the video version added Trey Songz. Guest appearance on the album included Boyz N Da Hood, Cheri Dennis,Daniel Hagwood, Marques Houston, and many others. It is certified platinum, selling a million copies in the U.S.
Yung Joc's featured on other artists' singles, most notably Danity Kane's "Show Stopper", Lil Boosie's "Zoom", & T-Pain's "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')". Yung Joc released his second album, "Hustlenomics", on August 28th 2007. Guest appearances included The Game, Jim Jones, Bun B, Young Dro, Trick Daddy, Diddy, Jazze Pha, & the newly recruited member of Boyz N Da Hood, (replacing Young Jeezy) Gorilla Zoe. The first single from the album "Coffee Shop" featuring Gorilla Zoe was a modest success. Joc's second single from Hustlenomics "Bottle Poppin'", also features Gorilla Zoe. There was also a video released for "Gettin' to Da Money. Later a video was made for "I'm a G".
- 2006: New Joc City
- 2007: Hustlenomics
- 2006: Nominated for MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Song: "It's Goin' Down"
- 2007: Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Rap Song: "It's Goin' Down"