Early Days Born Quantavious Tavario Thomas, he is from East Atlanta and of Jamaican descent. Raised by his mother, he would spend a lot of time at his grandmother's home; they shared a close bond. His father wasn't in his life, but when Nudy was seventeen, he came in, and they forged their father-son connection. At school, he found it hard to form an attachment; most of the time, he didn't show up, and by tenth grade, he got kicked out for not attending. He never graduated, and the only job he ever had, was working at the department store "Target." In 2014, "off tha head" became the rapper's first self-release; and the song appeared on Paradise City, the mixtape. The following year, Dusty featured on rapper "21 Savages - "Air it out" hesitant to appear in the video, he eventually relinquished and took his appearance. Once uploaded, the track blew up and received millions of views. Seeing it as a chance to come forward as a rapper, he recorded "thirty hang out." Guns were on display in the video, and as Nudy was on probation, it reached the authority's attention; and jail became his new home. After his release, producer & homie Pi'erre Bourne offered some free studio time; together, they worked on various productions. In 2016, he put out the mixtape "Slimeball, which rose rapidly and increased his status. Over the next two years, he followed up with Slimeball 2&3. 2018 was Young Nudys year when he signed with two labels, RCA Records & Paradise East Records. Young Nudy released his debut studio album in 2020 titled "Anyways." an album tour was meant to follow but canceled due to the Covid 19 pandemic. In 2021, the rapper released his second studio album, "Dr. Ev4l," which peaked on the Billboard charts.