She was soon promoted to Assistant Music Director and then became the stations Music Director where she remained for a year and a half before accepting a new position as Interscope Records's Southeast Regional Promotions Director.
The new position resulted in her relocating to Miami, a city with a thriving club music scene.
Shortly after her move, Young met club impresario Ingrid Casares who along with Chris Paciello opened Liquid nightclub in South Beach.
Tracy had landed the permanent deejay residency position at Liquid and during her residency she served as the deejay for many events hosted by celebrities including Sean Puffy Combs, Russell Simmons, Cher, Ricky Martin and many others.
It was during her time at Liquid, where Young first met Madonna.
She was able to land a prominent gig to deejay a party celebrating the launch of Madonna's film The Next Best Thing.
Young began her professional radio career as an intern at the urban-leaning rhythmic-formatted radio station WPGC 95.5FM in Washington D. while she was still attending the University of Maryland.
Growing up, she and her sister were forbidden to leave the house or use the phone on school days.
She debuted in 2002 with her highly acclaimed album All I Have.
In 2003, she helped develop the BET original series The Center, which she also hosted, and, during her run as host, accumulated the highest ratings ever for any show in its time slot.
In 2003, Young launched her own record label, Ferosh Records and she also began serving as executive producer of the annual New Years Day party called Genesis, which recently celebrated its 15th year.
In addition, Young has been a featured talent for Pride Festivals all around the world since 1990.