Yesterday I asked the question, “who has a hot video out?”  The answer came to me in the form of “ratchet” Hip/Hop. But not just any old run of the mill Hip/Hop nonsense. This was surprisingly new and uniquely refreshing.
Fly Young Red is new and hot, and  we’ll be talking about this sexy dude for a while.


Armed with the mixtape “Pretty Boy Realness” soon to be released to the streets.
F.Y.R gives us his interpretations of Beyonce’s “Partition” and Drake’s “The Language”, which are just a few gems on this CD I’m sure.

But what really sets this young rapper apart from his counterparts is that he’s openly gay. Yes, you heard me right! Southern rapper, Fly Young Red is openly gay and his a hit on his hand. Or on his dick wherever it chooses to land.


“Throw that Boy Pussy” is the song and it has everything one would expect from Southern “ratchet” Hip/Hop. But from a “Gay” man’s perspective.

The video delivers as well, with  booty short wearing, twerking hot boys doing sex moves and hand stands. All along while F.Y.R raps about his love of the man’s ass.


“Clap that ass in a split, let me see you clap that ass like a bitch
Yeah, I’m tryin’ to get you back home, see if you can clap that ass on this dick” Those are just some of the catchy lyrics that everyone will be chanting inbthe hood. The lyric that got me was ” What’s your real name, not your Jack’d name
Bend it over, bust it open, bring it back man
Hold it open, imma eat it, like a Pacman
I’m tryin’ to beat it out the frame and give you back pains”

True, Fly Young Red is not saying anything that we haven’t heard before. But he is however saying it for the same sex and it’s actually hot!

There are no gimmicks to this guys music, just raw talent with a honest approach. Here’s somebody that’s literally “Keeping it Real” and you can’t be mad at him for doing so.

He’s not dressed up in a wig, or running around with a face full of make up. He’s just a simple man being honest about what he likes and I can’t blame him for that.

Thank you Fly Young Red for shattering the myth and kicking down that stereotypical door.