Last year the Young Giantz, a duo consisting of Deuce Mac and Bigg Joe West sons of West Coast legend Playa Hamm, returned with new music after a hiatus.

We’ve been following the duo since 2007 when they emerged with the banging single Weeest! featuring Playa Hamm, and followed up with Truthfully Speak’n, Catch Da Fade, I’m a Dodger and U Can Get It during 2009, all hyping up their Gqcality mixtape which dropped in January 2010 hosted by DJ Battlecat.

The “#LoveLoveproject – with appearances from Titus Notes, A.Gee, Blaqthoven, Andre “Dre Boggie” Wilson, C-Love, Toke Da Smoke, Yung Berg, K-Young, Lokey Tha Y.G. and production by Blaqthoven, Battlecat, Phat Beatz, Trio Cliq, Neoh, Epik and others – was a highlight before they dropped the Eyekon Fotography directed visual for “2P Lane.”

Today there are back with a new single “Street Love” produced by Touch Tone – submitted to us by Dae One – who has been working and recording with the group in recent months. They are working on a project called “Fleetwood Brougham” which is said to be near the final stages of mixing.

“Street Love” is a message about unification of the streets and the underlining issues that they face on a daily while living in the struggle and why they want more brotherly love in the streets. Give the track a spin below and support these guys!

Young Giantz – Street Love (Feat. Dre Boogie & Marco Polo) Audio