Celebrity Article, Biography and Net Worth
Baltimore rapper YBS Skola mustered the loose street scenes and flourished the positive messages of hope and social advancement from his music. The proud musical artist persuaded rap after becoming encouraged by the YBS crew and his family.
Skola represented the Baltimore City and debuted in early 2016 with the single 'Whole Lotta Money' in an album 'No Pen Just Paper' featuring his Baltimore-accented verses.
24-years-old YBS Skola garners the net worth from his career as an African-American musical artist. As per bizfluent.com, a rap artist in the United States earns an average salary of $62,142 per year. Since 2011, he is active in the music industry, and with his rap skills, YBS is trying to reach the top spot in the Hip-Hop platform.
During June 2016, his rap momentum took a small blow after his manager Lor Scoota got murdered while leaving an anti-violence event at Morgan State University. According to the authorities, Lor's alleged killer Cortez Mitchell targeted the YBS founder because his friend shot Cortez's friend. With Lor, Skola recorded songs like 'Go-Getters and Shiners,' which they designated as an anthem to bring the YBS group together.
After the death of Lor, YBS gave hope to Baltimore Bangers once again and became the leading artist of the YBS rosters. He rerecorded 'No Pen Just Paper' and debuted the album to Lor adding the verses in his memory. During the early 2017's he released the mixtapes featuring the DC rappers like Don Q, Shy Glizzy, and Scoota.
During the development of Skola's early street music scene, his family encouraged YBS to pursue his rap career. His proud father Carmichael “Stokey” Cannady is a strong supporter of his son's musical career. The rapper's father Cannady is a prominent community leader who worked as a CEO of The Stokey Project and Shoe City Marketing Manager.
Cannady is proud of his son's achievement in the Hip-Hop industry and often supports his son's effort by sharing his songs and images on Instagram. The community leader took his Instagram on 7 July 2018 beaming alongside YBS and captioned, 'A few underdogs.'
YBS Skola and his supporter father Carmichael “Stokey” Cannady in July 2018 (Photo: Instagram)
Besides his family and professional career, YBS has remained mum when it comes to his personal life. He is relishing the low-key life and has yet to provide the insights of his romance in the tabloids and social media.
Born in 1994 in Baltimore, Maryland, YBS Skola celebrates his birthday on 30 June. The Baltimore rapper's real name is Dajuan Cannady and grew up in West Baltimore's Edmondson Village. The American rapper carries African-American ethnicity and stands at the casual height.
As per wiki, during YBS school days, he strived to become a professional athelete. At the age of 17, YBS recorded his first song and soon climbed the ladders of the music industry.