YS continues his potent output of quality music with a brand new collaboration titled “Hold Up” featuring Detroit’s Prell and fellow rising Compton star Wallie The Sensei. The track is produced by Platinum Michigan producer Helluva and is on YS forthcoming project Realer Than Real which is slated to drop next month. Prell kicks off the song with his commanding delivery and spews the bars “I can’t be nobody’s slave, I’m already in the field, we already taking chances, we already taking risks, $500 shoes, wear ’em once then forget”. Wallie The Sensei joins in on the fun with his clever Rugrats reference “walking with this Tommy like I’m all grown up”on his contribution to the hook. YS closes it out with vicious bars “I got the keys to the city, I had the pack, sticks and rolled notorious like Biggie”.
In this ShotbyArt directed visual, YS is in the streets of Detroit, with his Compton Comrade, and D town native Prell as they shut the block down and make oncoming traffic hold up.