Young Chop Biography

Summary Profile Description:

Young Chop, also known as Tyree Pittman, is an American music producer who has left an indelible mark on the hip-hop industry. With his unique production style and collaborations with A-list artists, he has become a highly regarded figure in the music scene.

Personal Information:

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Birth Name Tyree Pittman
Stage Name Young Chop
Birth Date November 14, 1993
Birth Place Chicago, Illinois, United States
Parents Unknown
Siblings Unknown


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Music Producer Creating beats and instrumentals for songs
Songwriter Writing and composing music

Social Media Accounts:

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Instagram @youngchopbeatz
Twitter @youngchopbeatz
Facebook Young Chop

Awards and Projects:

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Awards 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards (Producer of the Year) Recognized for his exceptional production work and influence in the hip-hop industry.
2012 BET Hip Hop Awards (Best Club Banger) Won for the hit single “I Don’t Like,” which showcased his talent as a producer.
Projects “Finally Rich” by Chief Keef (2012) Produced several tracks on Chief Keef’s debut studio album, contributing to its success.
“Hall of Fame” by Big Sean (2013) Collaborated with Big Sean on the album, producing the hit single “10 2 10.”
“Back from the Dead 2” by Chief Keef (2014) Worked with Chief Keef on the mixtape, displaying his versatility as a producer.



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