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YG Hootie & A-Wax Drop “Doin’ Something Wrong” Video


Last week we got familiar once again with Compton sensation, Young Hootie aka YG Hootie, who first appeared on Dubcnn in 2005 with Larceny Entertainment when they unleashed “Prince Of The Bity” which earned a 3 out of 5 Dubcnn Review rating and a spot as Unsigned Hype in The Source Magazine.

In 2007 he was back on Dubcnn with the solo mixtape The Culmination for free download featuring Tiny Doo, G. Malone, Problem, Kila Krock, El Dorado Red and B-Dot before dropping a remix over the Sean Kingston record “Take You There” [Take You There Remix] produced by J.R. Rottem.

Since then we’d fallen quiet on Hootie until last year when we Interviewed A-Wax who let slip he was planning a collaboration album with YG Hootie after dropping Nightmare From Elm Street Vol. 3 – The Street Tape on which he featured.

Last week we announced that the Los Angeles native and Brick Squad Monopoly rapper YG Hootie had teamed up with Bay Area rapper A-Wax for a release entitled “Interstate Trafficking” that will drop via BSM/Illburn Records on May 29th, in that same update we dropped the video for the buzz single LA 2 The Bay as well as the lead single Make Room featuring Brick Squad head honcho Gucci Mane.

Today we return with news that the release date has slipped to July 17th but will feature Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, Too $hort. To stem the wait the duo have just released the album’s second music video, for the track “Doin’ Something Wrong” directed by Sigmond IV – watch it below.

YG Hootie & A-Wax – Doin’ Something Wrong (Video)

Enjoy the song, come leave your feedback on the forums and check back with us soon for more info on Young Hootie, A-Way and “Interstate Trafficking” which drops July 17th.

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