YG Feat. Lil Wayne
A couple weeks after releasing his mixtape Red Friday, YG returns with a new song called "Trill" released as a part of Red Bull's #20Before17 series, which promises 20 new tracks before the end of the year.
I Be On
YG Feat. 21 Savage
Ahead of YG's mixtape, Red Friday, we get to hear the most anticipated collaboration off the mixtape. The collaboration features 21 Savage, who has been piling up the co-signs/guest appearances as of late.
No No No
O.T. Genasis Feat. YG
At this point, the formula of O.T. Genasis has been proven, and the hits keep coming. What he does best are simple, repetitive hooks and punchlines delivered with serious weight (which describes most of his subject matter).
One Time Comin'
YG warned us the other day that he had new music on the way, and here it is. Tonight, the West Coast spitter decides to release a powerful new single on iTunes/Apple Music called “One Time Comin'.”
FDT Part 2
YG Feat. G-Eazy & Macklemore
The other week we got a sneak preview of this remix (or as its being labeled, part 2) of "FDT" when footage of YG and G-Eazy performing it live surfaced. However it wasn't clear then that Macklemore also had a verse on the hard-hitting political record.
With clock striking midnight, YG’s highly anticipated sophomore album, Still Brazy, was just made available for pre-order on iTunes. Laced with 17 records in total, the follow up to his debut album, My Krazy Life, will feature guest appearances from the likes of Lil Wayne, Drake, Nipsey Hussle, Slim 400, and many more.
I'm A Thug [Throwback]
YG Feat. Meek Mill
YG appeased fans last night when he announced a release date for his sophomore album (not only that, he revealed album artwork and a brand new title: Still Brazy). We're definitely excited for what YG has in store, but today we're throwing it a little way's back (not too far back though), with a cut from YG's fan-favorite 4Hunnid Degreez mixtape.
Why You Always Hatin?
YG Feat. Drake & Kamaiyah
YG's announcement that he would be premiering a single on OVO Sound Radio sparked speculation that Drake appear on the song, as he did on "Who Do You Love" from YG's debut My Krazy Life. This speculation proved to be accurate; Drake indeed spits a verse on "Why You Always Hatin?", premiered by Oliver El-Khatib Saturday evening.
AD Feat. YG
While we count down the days until YG premieres a new single off his sophomore album My Krazy Life, we get a new verse from him today by way of AD's banging leak "Thug."
Nipsey Hussle & YG
This one is gonna be an anthem heading into election season. YG and Nipsey Hussle were recently in the studio together, and it’s very possible they put this track together during those sessions. “FDT” stands for “Fuck Donald Trump,” and the song doesn’t stray far from that theme.
Slim 400 Feat. Webbie & Peryon J Kee
Slim 400 has recently earned himself a good bit of recognition by guesting on two consecutive YG tracks, "Goapele Freestyle" and "City Mad" -- both fire. Today, we've got Slim's new single, "Candy Red," which finds the Bompton rapper going across the country to link up with two southern OGs, Webbie and Peryon J Kee.
YG Feat. Mozzy & Slim 400
P-Lo doesn't get a ton of shine outside of California but he's one of the most reliable beatmakers west of the Mississippi. Slappers for days. The HBK vet continues to sharpen his Cali sound with "City Mad," a YG song that features Bompton's Slim 400 and Sacramento emcee Mozzy, fresh off the release of his excellent mixtape Yellow Tape Activities. On the production side, P-Lo weds classic G-funk sounds with modern Mustard/Bay bounce -- in other words, this beat is right up YG's alley.
YG & Slim 400
Over the weekend, YG linked up with big guns Nipsey Hussle, 50 Cent, & London on da Track for "I Wanna Benz," the second single off his forthcoming album Still Krazy. Today, he connects with a lesser-known artist, his fellow 4Hunnid spitter Slim400, for a loose release called "Goapele Freestyle."
I Wanna Benz
YG Feat. Nipsey Hussle & 50 Cent
At the end of a fairly quiet year for YG, the Bompton rapper has come through tonight with a huge collab off his upcoming sophomore album Still Krazy. The new track, "I Wanna Benz," features Nipsey Hussle and 50 Cent and is produced by London on da Track. What a lineup. The track was premiered by Oliver El-Khatib on episode 12 of OVO Sound Radio.
Lyrica Anderson Feat. YG & The Game
Lyrica Anderson has found mild success as a solo artist, but perhaps she's more well known for what she does for other artists, as a songwriter. She's been in the industry since she was a young'n, but somehow she hasn't left a lasting impression when it comes to her own career as a singer. She's looking to change that with her upcoming EP, Hello, due out at the end of the week.
Nov. 13 Freestyle
Sundays are for football and, as of late, Jeezy. As part of his weekly Sunday Sermons, Pastor Young has been dropping off singles from his upcoming album, Church in These Streets. This week, he's given fans a "Nov. 13 Freestyle," named for his album's release date. The track might not land on the album, but it's well-worth a listen for Jeezy fans, bringing to mind the rapping heard on 2006's The Inspiration.
If you're a day one YG fan, you'll remember Tanea from his Just Re'd Up mixtape. YG is now making sure she gets her time to shine, putting her on as a 4Hunnid artist. Today, she's released "Trippin," her debut single from her upcoming Female Intuition EP.
That Shit Go (Up-Down)
JR Castro Feat. YG & Sevyn Streeter
Last week we premiered the video for JR Castro's single "Get Home" feat. Kid Ink & Quavo. Castro keeps the momentum going with "That Shit Go (Up-Down)," featuring YG and Sevyn Streeter and produced by the venerable Polow Da Don. Here's what the Las Vegas native had to say about it: “This is a song about a battle for bedroom supremacy and it definitely looks like I lose out to Sevyn on this one."
YG, Blanco & DB The General Feat. Fiend & AV
If you remember, West Coast artists YG, Blanco, & DB Tha General were once working on a joint EP together titled California Livin, which saw its first single, "Block Party," drop in June of last summer.
Big Tymin' (Remix)
Ty Dolla $ign, Nef The Pharaoh & YG
Nef The Pharaoh has arrived. The Bay Area newcomer already had a big underground hit on his hands with the old school Cash Money-referencing "Big Tymin'," but now it's gonna blow up. Why? Ty Dolla $ign and YG have teamed up with him for a remix.