YG Songs

  • Buzzin
    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
    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.
  • Trippin
    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)
    That Shit Go (Up-Down)
    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."
  • G Thang
    G Thang
    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)
    Big Tymin' (Remix)
    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.
  • Twist My Fingaz
    Twist My Fingaz
    Tuesdays used to be the day you could guarantee some VERY HOTTTTT records and a full songs list, but with the industry moving the release date worldwide to Fridays, Thursdays are becoming the new Tuesdays...It seems.
  • Cash Money
    Cash Money
    After teasing his new single, "Twist My Fingaz," YG has released a brand new record with Bone Thugz N Harmony legend, Krayzie Bone. The Brave Brothers-produced track builds on the rapper's established new school G-Funk sound, featuring a dirty bassline, set a little slower than your average West Coast radio record.
  • Killafornia
    Oakland newcomer, A.E., is making his HNHH debut tonight and he’s doing so in grand fashion. Calling on fellow West Coast artists YG & Mila J (who know goes by Mila), A.E. decides to drop off his lead single “Killafornia”, which of course, is an ode to the West Coast. Over the spacey Bedrock-production, listen as A.E. and YG put on for their respective cities and crews, while Mila handles the hook. Serving as a new anthem for Cali residents, “Killafornia” will see life on A.E.’s upcoming album Hot Water.
  • The Realest
    The Realest
    To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Jeezy decided to surprise fans and release a brand new Gangsta Grillz-mixtape titled Gangsta Party. Hosted by DJ Drama, the 10-track project features guest appearances from Rich Homie Quan, YG, 2 Chainz, Kevin Gates, Shy Glizzy, Bankroll Fresh, and more.
  • WuzHaninDoe
    As we learned on his early tapes like 601 & Snort, Florida's Gunplay is capable of spitting over anything, from gritty RZA tracks to bombastic MMG singles. Today, he faces a new challenge: the West Coast style of ratchet music. Assisting him on his new single "WuzHaninDoe" are the dream team of YG and DJ Mustard, who do little to stifle their usual sound.
  • Only Right
    Only Right
    Ty Dolla $ign definitely holds his crew down. If that wasn't apparent by the fact that he named his debut album after a homie who's currently locked up, TC, then it's definitely obvious on his latest single, which features friends that rap: YG, Joe Moses and TeeCee. Plus another homie, Mustard, is on the boards. Basically Ty was like, hey guys, let's record a single (or so I imagine).
  • Hold Up
    Hold Up
    Peter Jackson is a Toronto artist who's making big waves in the 6 and beyond. In his young career, he's already rapped alongside Sheek Louch, Freddie Gibbs, and Riff Raff, and on March 31, we'll get his debut album Since I Was 16. On "Hold Up", the latest track off Since I Was 16, Peter Jackson enlists YG, who we haven't heard enough of this year, and Mazze.
  • On My Set (Remix)
    On My Set (Remix)
    A couple months back we heard the official remix to Slim 400's "On My Set", which featured a couple of verses from YG and Hunyae. Today, we've been given yet another take on the song, which keeps those verse intact, and adds a new 16 from Doughboy Cashout's Big Quis. 
  • Goin Krazy
    Goin Krazy
    Rich The Kid makes a Bompton connection today with his new leak "Goin Krazy," representing YG's penchant to turn his C's to K's (and it very well could have been a B replacement). While Rich The Kid is an Atlanta representative, he takes a heavy West Coast influence for his YG-featured record, with a g-funk inspired beat and thick synths. Are you feeling the collaboration? 
  • 2015 Flow
    2015 Flow
    YG is confident that he had the album of the year, and seeing that My Krazy Life was both a critical favorite, and the quintessential full length representation of the DJ Mustard sound, he's not alone. Thus, the Bompton rapper was frustrated to learn that he had been snubbed in the Best Rap Album Grammy category, taking to Twitter to give his two cents.
  • Dangerous
    After several delays, indie rock band hailing from California, The Neighborhood, have finally dropped off their mixtape, the #000000 & #FFFFFF. They're specifically trying to appeal to a wider audience, by blending the sounds of indie rock with hip-hop, and calling upon strong rap features to assist them. After hearing "Jealousy" with Casey Veggies and the 100s, as well as the French Montana-featured "#icanteven," were now highlighting "Dangerous" featuring fellow L.A. native YG. YG uses a casual flow and story-telling raps over the sprawling beat.
  • This Side
    This Side
    A$AP Ferg and YG just announced a joint tour that'll be going down this winter, and now they have a joint track to perform onstage together. "This Side" is the first cut we've heard off of Ferg's upcoming Gangsta Grillz tape, which will precede his sophomore album.
  • Backflip (Remix)
    Backflip (Remix)
    We recently heard from the Young Veggies when he released "3 AM In Cape Town (Swag Worth A Mill Pt.
  • Link Up
    Link Up
    Well this is a nice surprise. Just a few days after announcing his plans to release a collaborative album with T.I., Jeezy is back with a fresh new freebie for the clubs. "Link Up" finds the Snowman linking up with a few "real ones," namely Beenie Man and Ty Dolla $ign, over a bouncy instrumental from 2014 "it" producer DJ Mustard. This one can be found on Baby Yu's new mixtape The Rebirth. The tape is otherwise composed entirely of Jeezy remixes. Check it out here.