- 1. Reasons (Dam Right) feat. Bloe
- 2. Here I Come
- 3. Butta On Ya Muffintop play
- 4. Comedy Central feat. Casual play
- 5. Hero
- 6. Stand Up
- 7. I Luv The Way
- 8. Makes Me Weak feat. Sir Yuro
- 9. Time To Bring It Back feat. Killa Ben, Planet Asia, & Tristate
- 10. The Stage feat. Fashawn play
- 11. Get Away From The Door
- 12. Pillow feat. Twist & Bloe and Reggie Reginald III
Bay Area native, 4two7’s debut album Internal Dialogue features Planet Asia, Casual, Fashawn, and a few others. Production is mostly by 4two7’s production team Eat Machine, giving the album its very unique sound. Additional tracks were produced by Veterano (3sixty5 Records/The Fairview Group), Grammy Award winning producer Bobby Ozuna (Snoop Dogg, Rapheal Saadiq, D’ Angelo), and Bedrock (Goapele, The Jacka, Mistah Fab). 4two7’s moniker is pronounced four-two-seven and is a nod to his birthday, April 27.
After spending the last decade as a talent manager, helping people such as Mystic, Planet Asia, Jake One and multi-platinum rock group Maroon 5 get major label deals, Grammy nominations and song placements, 4two7’s debut offering is high-quality rap music that focuses on top-notch lyricism and moving stories about life.
4two7 picked up quite a bit of game growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area. The region is famous for its DIY ethos, something that 4two7 gravitated toward as a rapper, producer, and recording engineer with his own 24-track recording studio in the 1990s. He worked with the Mystik Journeymen, The Dereliks, The Grouch, Planet Asia, Murs and Zion I, among others, helping shape the Bay Area’s independent rap scene on multiple levels, including distributing and promoting Bay Area music to retail outlets worldwide. His evolution as an indie talent manager allowed him to see how working with a label with a string of decision-makers can often dilute the music and slow things down. 4two7 benefits by being totally self-contained, an artist who can rap, produce, dj, engineer, promote and manage for himself.