- Know Bout Me (Freestyle)
- Like Whoa (Prod By LowTheGreat)
- Power Feat. Ken Malik
- Wu Tang Forever (Freestyle)
- On My Shit (Prod By Isaiah) Feat. SkrappOrDie
- Blood Sweat & Tears
Becoming a fan of music at a young age, Young Sam grew up in South Central Los Angeles, a neighborhood that he has referred to as " Trapfornia ". He was born on March 5th, 1989. He would begin to write lyrics at age 12 and was recording at 13. He was apart of a group called HoodLyfe where he used to record in Watts with some friends. He dropped a mixtape called " I'm My Own Enemy " then he began to work to get his own equipment and advance his solo. Early in Young Sam's career he became a vital part of the " Jerk Movement ", a dance movement popular with the youth from all across the world. He created a mixture called " Im On " then he linked with DJCrashd to hit the streets with the music that had the streets buzzing with dance encouraging, feel good music. His music began to get hundreds of thousands of views. With a group called Marvel Inc, Sam recorded a song called "69 Me" which became a worldwide viral, the video resulting in 1,000,000 views. He would go on to drop a mixtape called " Jerkin Can't Die " which became a massive project to the streets and dance movement. Sam would follow up with a mixtape called " Unsigned " a project created to let the world know that he was unsigned, but he wanted to stay true to his dedicated fans so he followed up with a mixtape called "Jerkin Can't Die 2" which gave birth to the hit song "Tool Time ". The music video reached over 1 million youtube views and Interscope Records' signee "Soulja Boy" hopped on the remix and helped support the positive movement. Young Sam would go on to appear on 106 & Park Live, and perform the hit. Following up Young Sam dropped an iTunes released project titled " King of Jerk ". He would then go on to release the "My Gift " mixtape. This mixtape which also featured Soulja Boy showed his versatility and how he could capture more than one lane or style of music. Following suit would be the "Ghetto Life Hood Stories" mixtape. That project expressed Young Sam's struggles and emotions, something that hadn't always been knowledgeable throughout his dance heavy music. Sam would release the "Just Getting Started" mixtape, filled with big function records with features from IAMSU, 2Eleven, & more. Courageously, Young Sam decided to drop two mixtapes in one day to support the streets and the dance scene, promptly titled "Trapfornia" & "Jerkin Cant Die 3".