Posted by , Jun 2, 2016 at 04:47pm
YG dons the all-red cover of LA Weekly just over two weeks before the release of "Still Brazy."

A day after he slightly tweaked the title of his album to Still Brazy, revealed the artwork, and gave it a release date, YG appears on the cover of his hometown magazine LA Weekly. The cover reads, "How YG put 'Bompton' on the map: Inside the studio with Compton's most controversial rapper." YG is seen wearing a matching "Bompton" hat and shirt combo along with a bulletproof vest. 

The cover story, of course, focuses on Still Brazy, as well as all the drama YG has been involved in since the release of My Krazy Life, including getting shot outside of an L.A. studio last summer. YG reveals some of the producers who will appear on Still Brazy, such as P-Lo, Hit-Boy, and Ty Dolla $ign, and confirms that "Twist My Fingaz" producer Terrace Martin contributes extensively to the album. "YG is the balance to Kendrick Lamar," Martin tells LA Weekly, "He has his own lane, and he gets better and better." 

Check out the front cover below, and read the cover story here. According to the author, Still Brazy is about to "change the game." 

YG Covers LA Weekly

YG dons the all-red cover of LA Weekly just over two weeks before the release of "Still Brazy."


A day after he slightly tweaked the title of his album to Still Brazy, revealed the artwork, and gave it a release date, YG appears on the cover of his hometown magazine LA Weekly. The cover reads, "How YG put 'Bompton' on the map: Inside the studio with Compton's most controversial rapper." YG is seen wearing a matching "Bompton" hat and shirt combo along with a bulletproof vest. 

The cover story, of course, focuses on Still Brazy, as well as all the drama YG has been involved in since the release of My Krazy Life, including getting shot outside of an L.A. studio last summer. YG reveals some of the producers who will appear on Still Brazy, such as P-Lo, Hit-Boy, and Ty Dolla $ign, and confirms that "Twist My Fingaz" producer Terrace Martin contributes extensively to the album. "YG is the balance to Kendrick Lamar," Martin tells LA Weekly, "He has his own lane, and he gets better and better." 

Check out the front cover below, and read the cover story here. According to the author, Still Brazy is about to "change the game." 

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