Bay Area super group, P.S.D Tha Drivah, Keak Da Sneak & Messy Marv are back by popular demand
San Francisco, CA- Bay Area rap legends P.S.D. Tha Drivah, Keak Da Sneak & Messy Marv are set to release the follow album to their release Da Bidness which took the streets by storm and impacted the Billboard charts in 2007. Da Bidness Part II features a stellar track listing with appearances by: E-40, Baby Bash, Husalah, the Hoodstarz and hit R&B group Jagged Edge.
After the success of their first album, the groups anchor, P.S.D., began planning for its follow up. Right as he was finishing up recording, P.S.D. was arrested and charged with Federal Drug Charges. Currently P.S.D is in jail and awaiting trial for alleged charges of "intent to sell." While waiting, he coordinated the completion of the new album with Keak Da Sneak and Messy Marv coming to his aide.
"Despite going through everything P.S.D. is enduring right now he was able to deliver another great album," reveals SMC COO, Will Bronson. "Coordinating a group project made up of Bay Area titans such as these three is a hell of an accomplishment, let alone doing it while in jail."
Each artist has had a long and successful career in the Bay Area music scene with die-hard fans all over the world. Keak Da Sneak has had a fruitful career with the pinnacle of his success being the National attention he brought to the local Hyphy music scene. Messy Marv, a long-time Bay Area music staple, he is one of the biggest rappers to come out of San Francisco. P.S.D., a native of Vallejo, got his start in music from Mac Dre, who has grown to iconic status since his death, first appearing on one of his compilations and later forming a group with him.
After waiting over three years, fans all over Northern California and beyond will be treated to some of the best of what the Bay has to offer. With their follow up album this tremendous trio proves that they still know how to handle business.