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Young Boo PTBTV Interview (MESSY MARV click clack gang DLK ENTERPRISE taliban 415)

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Published on Jun 9, 2010

http://www.pushinthebay.com - PUSHIN' THE BAY TV (Emcee T) sits down with Young Boo out the 415, San Francisco Bay Area; Young Boo (representing Click Clack Gang / DLK Enterprise) - is deeply connected in the Bay Rap game... check this interview out for more information!

About Young Boo - "Robert Mays AKA Young Boo of the Click Clack Gang was born January 30th, 1983 and raised in San Francisco's Fillmore district. After years of hustling, in 2005 he made his debut after appearing on Messy Marv's album "Draped Up & Chipped Out". His raw and unique approach allowed him to stand out, becoming one of the Click Clack Gang's most sought after artist. He continued to please his audience by appearing on several Messy Marv projects such as "Hollyhood The Mix Tape", "What You Know About Me Pt. 1 & 2", "Muzik Fo Da Taliban", "Fillmoe Nation Pt. 1", "Getting That Guac" and "Draped Up & Chipped Out 3". With his unquestionable street credibility and remarkable talent behind the mic, Boo embodied the makings of one of the bay area's rising stars. JUST TO NAME A FEW..."

The Fillmore (also known as Fillmore Auditorium) is a historic music venue in San Francisco, California, made famous by Bill Graham. Named for its original location at the intersection of Fillmore Street and Geary Boulevard, it lies on the boundary of the Western Addition and the Pacific Heights neighborhoods. In 1968, Graham moved his concerts to a different venue at Market Street and South Van Ness Avenue (formerly known as The Carousel Ballroom and El Patio) which he renamed Fillmore West; the original Fillmore Auditorium continued under the name The Elite Club. Graham began presenting concerts at the original Fillmore Auditorium again in the 1980s, but it was closed due to earthquake damage in October 1989. After much structural work, in 1994 the original Geary Boulevard location re-opened as The Fillmore.

Filmed by Shaun Tai. Produced & Edited by Shaun Tai for SHAUN TAI Films. SHAUN TAI Films ©2010 - Need a video in HD? Contact shaun@shauntaifilms.com to discuss your project.

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