New Track: Make It Back – Yogy x Pvali

Among The Bay Area music scene, is a serious hip-hop contender by the name of  YOGY – (You Only Got Yourself). His poetic lyrics with a delivery that is emotionally driven, filled with deep and punchy metaphors, captures the very essence of what makes the Bay Area talent original and special.

YOGY raises the bar by teaming up with producer Pvali through a new sizzling hot track, ‘Make It Back,’ with a head-rolling bass that instantly hits the spot.

In the past, this Oakland-based upriser has produced music with and performed alongside acts such as Waka Flocka, Freeway, Royce da 5’9, Trae da Truth, Slim from 112, Too $hort and The Team. His street poetry has generated placements and praise from networks and blogs across the world including, MTV, BET, Music Choice, VH1, WorldStar, Vibe and Hotnewhiphop.

This is one sizzler-on-the-rise that’s not messing around…check out this superfly track…


Song of the Day: Come Here – Money B x Young Hump (ft. Too Short & 4rAx)

Raw Fusion/Digital Underground member MONEY B is keeping the DU name alive and well with new recruit YOUNG HUMP, through a new feel good sexy club filler entitled ‘Come Here’. Featuring Bay Area legend Too $hort, the pair are creating a new chapter for Digital Underground…witness the climb and hit the play button on the hot track.

New Track: Act Like You Know – VerseBorn


As the KonQuest Now label continues to release a deluge of dope music, ranging from party anthems to deep conscious mantras, recruit VERSEBORN drops an originally produced banger, Act Like You Know, calling out the fake acquaintances that only seem to come around or show support when the opportunity is the their favour.

The latest release is a distilled west-coast slap that will surely be heard bumping out of systems on repeat. The instrumental hits with the classic feeling g-funk baselines and captivating drum patterns, mixed with the unique flavor that only VERSEBORN could provide. The simple elements help construct an intricate path for the MC to demonstrate a tactile cadence, keeping the listener engaged into every metaphor.