In these "5 things we want" articles, we usually include ways that artists could improve on their past works, but with My Krazy Life being one of last year's best albums, we think a bit of the "if it ain't broke don't fix it" mentality wouldn't hurt Still Krazy. Chiefly, the album succeeded on similar terms to Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city-- that is, a compelling story that tied everything together, and gave us a better window into the artist's life than most other competing projects.
The "day in the life" theme would obviously be hard to do again, but we're guessing that YG's had far more than just one krazy day in his life. Especially after the recent shooting, dude's probably got some new grievances to air out. His rapping's always been pretty no-frills (mostly free of wordplay and fast-rapping pyrotechnics), and it truly seems like he's at his best when relating real-life tales in a linear way.