By JCrates

Getting his start at a studio inside the Boys & Girls Club of America, Bay Area rapper Lil Yase was able to escape the troubles of growing up in San Francisco’s Sunnydale Housing Projects.

Surrounded by gang life, shootings and mass drug usage like many other rappers growing up in low income areas, Lil Yase turned to music to escape his troubles. Finding a path with his Get Dough Affiliates, Yase fueled his passion for music by never forgetting where he came from and what it was like living in the projects.

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