Somebody Call Khaled, Tell Em’ Ya Boy What’s Hood.
I got a hotline, you can call for the herb, Mathematics with a addicts, you can call me a nerd, I don't get money nigga, that is absurd, I passed it like magic, then ball like Byrd, You can find me in the hood from the first to the third, Goin hard for them clear diamond stones and infirms.
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|Birth:||28th January, 1984|
William Joseph Crawford, better known by his stage name Ya Boy, is an American rapper from the Fillmore District, San Francisco. He is a younger cousin of San Francisco rapper San Quinn and also the cousin of Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson. Crawford graduated from El Camino High School in South San Francisco, California, in 2002. He is currently signed to both of Akon's labels Konvict Muzik and Kon Live Distribution.
As a youth growing up in the South delta, San Francisco, Ya Boy began rapping with the song "16's with Me." He continued to release mixtapes and singles with the support of cousin San Quinn's independent label Done Deal Entertainment. He released his debut, Rookie of the Year, in 2005. In 2006, he amicably left his cousin's label to pursue opportunities with his uncle, who was an executive at Compton rapper The Game's Black Wall Street Records imprint, His affiliation to Game allowed him to work with top industry producers and lead to greater exposure outside of the Bay Area locale as shown by his feature in The Source magazine's "Unsigned Hype" column. Cyril Cordor, All Music Guide. Ya Boy appeared on the track "Dance with a Pimp" on Kevin Federline's 2006 album Playing with Fire. His Manger at the time Puneet Brar was albe to get ya boy a record deal offer from interscope but ya boy turned the offer down claming that the offer was too low. From that momment on Punnet has left Ya boy and his.
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