RELATED: Jacksonville rapper Yungeen Ace back in jail Ace said the shooting left him “traumatized for life. Bullard, who goes by the stage name Yungeen Ace, was the lone survivor of a June 2018 quadruple shooting that unfolded on Town Center Parkway. Yungeen Ace’s forthcoming studio project Step Harder is scheduled for release on November 8. Jacksonville, Florida rapper Yungeen Ace was the target in a shooting in Georgia over the weekend, which left one of his friends dead. In the video below Ace talks about survivor's guilt after being the sole survivor of the shooting that claimed the lives of his brother and two close friends. The Jacksonville rapper, real name Kenyata Bullard, has released two mixtapes, served prison time, and survived a shooting that left his brother He co-runs the couples channel Ace And Chloe alongside his girlfriend Chloe. 5 Songs. Keyanta Bullard also known as rapper Yungeen Ace was the sole survivor of the quadruple shooting on Town Center Parkway. Yungeen Ace did deal with some unfortunate events during his rise to the top, One such even is when Yungeen Ace was shot 8 times in his hometown of Jacksonville. His brother, Trevon, was killed in that shooting. Try it free. Content Continues Below. Thirty-year-old Jeremy Alexander Brookins was killed in the shooting. In March 2019, Ace and his group were ambushed at Waycross hotel. In that shooting, police said a car pulled up and began firing at the vehicle the four teens were sitting in. Associated With. He is known for having collaborated with fellow rapper JayDaYoungan on his single "Jungle." 11.5.2019 Documentary: Yungeen Ace – Through The Pain Taking an In-Depth Look at His Early Life, His Artistry, and the Shooting Incident That Changed His Life, the New Documentary Arrives Ahead of Ace’s 11/8 Mixtape Step Harder Critical Praise: “Already, he feels incapable of mediocrity and when the fire flashes – we freeze.” – Passion of the Weiss “As […] Available with an Apple Music subscription. I’m still [dealing with it] to this date. Yungeen Ace has been through a lot. When you’ve been through what Yungeen Ace has been through—namely, a year-long prison stint, quickly followed by becoming the sole survivor of a shooting that took his friends and brother—it might be tempting to let your heart harden. He was involved in a tragic shooting in 2018 but survived. He was born Keyanta Bullard in Chicago, Illinois and relocated to Jacksonville, Florida at a young age.