Young Black Brotha

Young Black Brotha refers to two separate releases by Mac Dre:

Young Black Brotha also refers to a Bay Area music production house and record label founded by Mac Dre's sometimes producer Khayree Shaheed (aka Khayree). Young Black Brotha Records was an imprint of Atlantic Records from 1995 through 1997.

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