YOUNG VETERANS are all about high quality production of reggae and dancehall music, having released riddims such as the Substance Riddim and songs such as "Daggering" by Deva Bratt in 2007, "Young, Black and Powerful" by Konshens, which was an anthem for Usain Bolt at the Olympics in Berlin in 2009, Konshens, controversial "Rasta Imposter". "I Said It" by Opal, who is signed to YOUNG VETERANS, Maverick also a young veterans artiste, released a remake of Bob Marley's "Woman Hold Your Head And Cry". More songs followed such as "Some Love" featuring Sizzla on the Higher Meds Riddim, "Days Like This" on the Substance Riddim, and more recently "Original Yard" by Konshens. Dream Dayz was the last juggling released, with 'Jah Protect' being the latest featuring, Maverick, Perfect, Chris Martin, Shawn Storm, Konshens, Patexx and others.
From early on in their career YOUNG VETERANS decided to set an example to especially the younger kids out there to complete their university education and take a stance by stopping to produce "gun tunes". Sheldon, and Sekou are building a strong label with YOUNG VETERANS that will leave an impact on the industry and create great dancehall and reggae music for years to come. YOUNG VETERANS is all about good music. The team agrees that they are definitely "leaders and not followers", always striving for the best and be inventive, breaking new ground With the loyal work in all aspects of production & promotion and with a 100 % dedication by the whole team YOUNG VETERANS is on the rise to be on top of the industry.