DG Yola - Business Bout Ya Self

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: DG Yola
Producer:
DJ Montay
Album:
Return of the Truth

UPDATE: “Business Bout Ya Self” is no longer available to stream.

At his new label home on Asylum, DG Yola is busy reworking his unreleased debut album, now entitled Return of the Truth.  Though the lead single She Like It, a recent favorite amongst Booth members, is still being promoted, a potential follow-up has already emerged.  On Business Bout Ya Self, Yola da Great reminds listeners to stop copying his style.  With strong local clout and worldwide appeal, the Atlanta native is sick of folks trying to jock his approach in hopes of duplicating his success.  Produced by Oomp Camp‘s DJ Montay, Business Bout Ya Self might not have the same hit potential as She Like It, but, then again, its all about the “street” singles these days.

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