Meet Ulric Allen stage name Yuro30k

If they ain’t tryna help you elevate in life, then ima have to separate from them.

Meet Ulric Allen, and his stage name is Yuro30k which is actually spelled Yuro3k.

“The 3k name comes from my 2nd name No Heart Yuro and I was locked up facing 30years. I’m from Rome, Georgia, but I grew up in Columbus Ohio. I grew up playing sports in school, but never hade the chance to graduate due to situations. I’ve been doing music for a while since I was about 15, but I just started taking it serious last year. I rap a lot about the things going on around and things going on in my life. “

Lisa: What first got you into music?

Yuro30k: I first got into music when I younger around like 15yrs old. It’s always been something I loved to do besides playing sports.

Lisa: How would you describe the music that you typically create?

Yuro30k: I would describe my music as pain music cause most of the songs I’ve wrote speaks on my life And the things I’ve been through.

Lisa: What is your creative process like?

Yuro30k: My creative process depends on what’s the song about. I can make a good song in 30 minutes or so, but when I get deep on songs it’s takes about 1 or 2 days to finish.

Lisa: Can you tell us a bit more about your favorite song and what inspired you to make it?

Yuro30k: My favorite song out is Complications, Only because I a lot of thought in the song and I also spoke on things that made me a lil emotional.

Lisa: Which famous musicians do you admire?

Yuro30k: Some of my favorite artists in the industry are Young Thug, Lil Durk, and Lil Baby. I can relate to almost every songs these artists make.

Lisa: What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

Yuro30k: The most trouble I’ve been into would have to be last year. I was arrested on Three counts of Aggravated assault charges. I’m still fighting these cases now tbh.

Lisa: What is the best advice you’ve been given?

Yuro30k: The best advice I’ve been told in life is that Elevation brings separation. If they ain’t tryna help you elevate in life, then ima have to separate from them.

Lisa:  What’s next for you?

Yuro30k: What’s next for Yuro30k is to keep going strong, so I’ll be able to live out my dreams.

Thank you!

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Written by Lisa

Love music and to write about music. Finishing Journalism on Emerson College and enjoying life.


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