This might be one of the most bewildering facts I have ever learned about Bozeman—I can still barely believe it.

Montana isn't known for producing hit records. Most artists create their albums in big cities like Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago. Plus, it doesn't help that there aren't many recording studios in Montana. That's why, when I heard this interesting fact, my jaw dropped.

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Rapper Yung Gravy has been skyrocketing in popularity over the past few years, with catchy songs like Betty and Oops. Plus, having several viral TikTok videos have only helped him gain fame. 

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Popular among young adults, Yung Gravy sold out his concert when he played the ELM in Bozeman a few years ago, and people want him to come back for another show. 

Despite Bozeman's fondness for the artist, many don't know that he has a history with the town. The rap star recorded two of his most popular songs in Bozeman at Jereco Studios. We aren't joking.

According to an employee at Jereco Studios, Yung Gravy came in one day several years ago and recorded the two hit songs Mr. Clean and 1 Thot 2 Thot Red Thot Blue Thot in Bozeman. This news blows my mind. These two songs started Yung Gravy's career and helped him sustain success. These songs alone have over 500 million streams combined on Spotify .


Jereco Studios charges artists by the hour to come in and record songs. The studio doesn't take any royalties and has seen all types of artists walk through its doors. 

Every time I think I know Bozeman, something like this pops up and blows my mind. It goes to show that Bozeman has some incredible secrets that make this place feel even more special. 

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