Writing the hometown and nickname of Key Group Baseball’s Oakland Athletics, the Oakland, CA-based A’z garnered more national attention for the California hyphy movement using the golf club strike “Yadadamean” (Bay Area slang for “guess what happens After all”) in 2006. The true coincidence, though, is based on the actual fact that group associates A.E., Glaciers, and Speedy all possess the same initial name: Alex Edwards, Alex Coffin-Lennear, and Alex Buffington are their true brands, respectively. The group appreciated some radio airplay and obtained a relatively solid underground pursuing in the Bay Region during the past due ’90s beneath the name 4 Deep (not the same as the Tx underground staff 4 Deep). In the middle-2000s, performers like E-40 and Keak da Sneak began popularizing the unbridled, youth-based music, starting the doorways for various other hyphy artists through the Bay like A’z. Upon the achievement of their “Yadadamean” one, TVT Records noticed the prospect of crossover charm and snatched in the trio in July 2006.