Mac Mall is a mid-90’s rappin legend noted with helping to keep the Bay Area on the Hip Hop map. In 1994, Tupac was so impressed with Mac’s music that he approached the young rapper about directing his video “Ghetto Theme”. In 1995 he rapped along side Tupac on E-40’s classic song “Dusted and Disgusted“. Mac Mall is credited with 18 studio albums and wrote an autobiography in 2015 entitled My Opinion named after the popular song on his first album.

Money B. noted as having one of the most recognizable voices in Hip Hop is a member of the Oakland-based multi-platinum selling Grammy-nominated rap group Digital Underground (D.U.). Tupac as a member of D.U. made his debut on the 1991 single “Same Song” from the “Nothing But Trouble” movie soundtrack. Money B. was featured on Tupac’s first solo breakout song “Brenda’s Got A Baby” and career-making single “I Get Around“. Money B. plays himself in the 2017 Tupac Shakur Bio-Pic “All Eyez On Me” and has currently re-invented D.U. days while performing as Money B. and Young Hump.

Yukmouth is one half of the legendary Oakland rap group The Luniz. With iconic weed smoking “I Got 5 On It” fame, Yuk is also a workholic on his own. Signing with Hip Hop’s Godfather J. Prince at Rap-A-Lot Records, he released four albums before starting his own imprint label Smoke-A-Lot Records. Yuk was along side Tupac in the studio countless times in the Bay and during Pac’s Death Row days. Although he never did a song with Pac, Yuk did several songs with Tupac’s group The Outlawz including the 1998 Gold-selling single “Still Ballin” and continues to work with them til this day. Yukmouth has been grinding non-stop releasing a total of 34 music related projects and even a popular dvd series entitled “United Ghettos of America”.