In short time, YDG has become a revered name rising from the underground bass community. From humble beginnings in San Diego to earning nods from the likes of 4B, Borgore, Flux Pavilion, ATLiens, and Showtek, YDG has brought his blend of dubstep, trap, and experimental bass to many.
YDG has proven to be a versatile producer. He first made a name for himself with “Hold Up,” a trap concoction that earned the title of Essential New Tune from Pete Tong, a first for a bass artist in over 20 years. Jumping through the soundscape from heavy hitting dubstep “Warlords” under Borgore’s support to a lush pop-leaning collaboration “Love Thang” with longtime friend Ookay, YDG knows no boundaries when it comes to genres.
The YDG brand continues to make waves in 2018, with a debut 12-date tour across the US, a new merch line, and an undeniable rise as a formidable performer on stage. If you want to support someone who is breaking boundaries in bass music from the bottom up, YDG is a name you’ll want to follow.