Steven Davison, better known as PSD tha Drivah, is a rapper/producer bred from Picayune, Mississippi and raised in Vallejo, California. PSD got his debut in 1996 when close friend Mac Dre gave him his first wind on the chart topping compilation, entitled "The Rompilation", with the classic hit "Ménage Trois". In later years the group Cutthoat Committee was formed with Mac Dre, Dubee and PSD. Although underrated, PSD is now considered one of the Bay Area's best complete artists with a harmonious style, keen production, and impressive storytelling ability. PSD would later release several more albums, 1997's Game Costs, 1999's Bread Head and What It Is, 2002's All I Want, 2003's You Ain't Heard of Me? and 2005's The Guru and PS Classics. After the death of friend and business partner Mac Dre, PSD released 2006's Cutthoat Committee (Money is Motive) with Dubee and features from Mac Mall. In 2007, PSD revisited the Billboard Charts with Da Bidness album featuring Messy Marv and Keak da Sneak.
In 2008, PSD faced federal drug distribution charges after trying to board a flight at Sacramento International Airport with 6,000 ecstasy pills. According to the U.S. District Court in Sacramento, he was charged with Intent to Distribute MDMA and received a 46 month sentence in federal custody. PSD continued to work through his incarceration, recording the song entitled "bruh bruh" over the phone for the release of 2011's Da Bidness II featuring Messy Marv and Keak da Sneak. After his four summer hiatus, PSD tha Drivah has re-planted his feet, and is re-forming his impression with his "soul-hop" artistry on the release of his 6th solo album "Bullets and Bouquets". PSD has put out numerous mixtapes with his DJ, Ammbush, called Mixes and Renditions and is scheduled to release his 6th mixtape "The Risk & The Reward". PSD has worked with many artists and producers throughout the Bay Area and nationwide.