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Up and coming South Central Los Angeles rapper K-Boy, fresh off the success of his latest mixtape “The California Earthquake,” is once again ready to make headlines in West Coast rap with a brand new collaborative project with Hoo Bangin’ Records artist YG Soprano, called No Home Training.

Both artists have been grinding for years making their way up the Los Angeles rap ranks through various projects, ghost writing and much more.

A veteran of Mack 10’s Hoo Bangin’ Records, YG Soprano has been featured on several of the labels major releases, including Da Hood, Ghetto Gutta Gangsta and The Hustlas Handbook as well as an appearance on the Westside Connection record Terrorist Threats. In addition to his work as a solo artist, the Gardena native has also worked behind the scenes ghost writing, and is poised to be the first man behind Glasses Malone’s “Green Division” crew.

The other half of the project features K-Boy, who has been a vocal member of G Malone’s Blu Division and Jazzy’s Jazzy Management, already has multiple acclaimed projects on his resume, including “Jackin 4 Beatz” “The Green Tape” and the aforementioned “California Earthquake.”

Combining their talents and perspectives into this group project is something that has both artists excited, and poised to further make a mark on their rising careers. Known as The HooBang Bastardz, the two have just released two new songs to the streets, entitled Hoo Bangin’ ft DL, and Yurkin, both from their upcoming No Home Training release.

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