Texas-based recording artist/producer Yung Dub D features Blastmen B, Lil Ron Da Don, KBzo On “Bar 4 Bar.”
Yung Dub D is onboard to make 2023 a highlight year. With a career that has seen him release singles and projects that gained him a reputable following, his hunger has pushed him to go for more. While he released a couple of singles in 2022, he looks to cover more ground this year by going “Bar 4 Bar”.
“Bar 4 Bar” is a collaboration with Lil Ron Da Don, Blastmen B, and KBzo, and it finds Yung
Dub D trading bars with them. Over Trap production, the artists deliver witty lines, show off
different flows, and bring a different energy throughout the track. With a high tempo present, “Bar
4 Bar” is expected to be a hit with listeners when it’s officially released.
The track was recently previewed through a “Mic Check” session visual with Dallas-based
ItsAllGoodWitIt Productions. Yung Dub D looks to take the new track on the road in the
following weeks after its official release on streaming platforms. He is finalizing a promotional
campaign with the featured artists that will see “Bar 4 Bar” becoming a popular sound on social
media platforms Instagram and TikTok through a series of videos. An official music video for the
track is also in the works.
Yung Dub D is an independent artist and producer from Dallas, Texas, who has been active on
the scene for a number of years. He has produced for a number of artists in and out of Texas,
providing a unique sound that stands out with every release. He has released a number of singles
over the years including “Sonya Blade”, “Take My Advice”, “Head Over Heels”, and “Heal”,
while his albums include “Sail Out To Sea”, and “Don’t Underestimate Belief”.
“Bar 4 Bar” featuring Yung Dub D, Lil Ron Da Don, Blastmen B, and KBzo will be released on
March 3rd on all digital music streaming platforms. To stay updated with Yung Dub D, follow him
on Instagram at @OfficialYungDubD.
Aeyyy man it’s yo boy lol Ron da don checking in man shoutout to my boy yung dub d for all his success much more to come
Tbn to the end