27 year old Young Kropes is a Hip Hop artist and producer residing in the Tampa Bay area. He is known best for his song's "Nasty Girl", "K.R.O.P.E.S.", "Living The Good Life", "Change" and "Swamp Ass". Kropes was born and raised in Milwaukee County. He showed interest in Hip Hop as a teenager and was influenced by artist's such as Outkast, Notorious BIG, 2Pac, Naughty By Nature and Bone Thugs N Harmony. In 2007 he started writing music with his roomates and friends and formed the underground group Brew City Ballas. The group when on hiatus and Kropes moved to the Bay Area in 2009. He wrote and recorded three mixtapes with the group titled "Still Dub Duecin'", "This Game Of Card's" and "The Rebirth". He then began writing music on his own after relocationg and recorded 6 mixtapes of his own titled "Poetry In Motion", "Collaboration Dedication Volume 1", "Collaboration Dedication Volume 2", "Collaboration Dedication Volume 3", "Collaboration Dedication Volume 4", "Untitled 6 Track EP" and "Best of 2006-2012 Hosted by DJ Chiszle". In November of 2012 he also released his first ever major single produced by Allrounda Productions titled "Change" which is available on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Spotify and Google Play. Kropes craft has also been featured in the media in articles such as The Tampa Bay Times, The Ledger, Hip Hop Press, The Milwaukee Examiner, Now In Tune and The illixer. He was also featured on Coast To Coast mixtapes "The Top Indie" mixtape series volume 48 and 52 hosted by DJ RPM alongside artists like Mims, Mac Lethal and more. He has shared the stage and microphone with many underground artist's all over the country and continues to work on music to present day.