Who is Young M.A.? Platinum hit 'OOOUUU' rapper looking for full-time videographers in Instagram announcement
Big news, Young M.A. fans and those with a professional knack for video production: the 'Move Like a Boss' rapper is on the lookout for new staff. Young M.A. took to her social media today to announce her hiring notice for those interested in a videographer's position. The best part — it's not going to be a temporary job but the rapper wants a new employee for the long-run.
While it is unclear what the exact duties will entail, a videographer is typically a person involved in the production of video material, but especially one who uses a video camera. So, the chosen applicant will likely be a part of upcoming music videos, promotional material and others, but we can't speak for Young M.A.'s requirements so get in contact, make inquiries and see for yourself. You can find out how below.
"Full-time videographer needed..." the rapper said in a statement on Instagram during the late hours of December 28, adding, "Serious inquiries only! Have to know how to film and edit professionally!" In the caption for her post, she stressed "MUST BE AVAILABLE 'FULL TIME'!!!" Check out her announcement here.
According to another caption for her post, it seems Young M.A. prefers applicants from Atlanta. Although if exclusive only to those from the area is unclear. "Hit up @itsjust.reem (Atlanta Area)," she also wrote, directing applicants to Kareem Tunstall, an actor and vlogger who is also a member of Young M.A.'s crew. As the rapper pointed out, his Instagram account is here.
If you're keen on the position and haven't been acquainted with Young M.A. before, you can find out who your potential future boss is here. Young M.A., whose real name is Katorah Hortense Marrero, is a rapper and entrepreneur who first gained widespread recognition with the release of the quadruple-platinum hit single 'Ooouuu'. The debut song impacted the Billboard Hot 100 within the top 20 and its official music video currently has nearly 350 million views on YouTube.
Her discography includes one studio album, 'Herstory in the Making', two mixtapes and two EPs, among several singles as a lead artist and featured artist. Her song's lyrics tap into many of the same topics as male rappers, such as violence, sexuality, and wealth and acquisitions. According to The Guardian in 2017, Young M.A. said, "this industry is male-dominated, we can't pretend that it's not. So when you do make it as a female, you feel more honored, because the guys take over so much."