YG's debut studio album on Def Jam has received various delays and setbacks from when it was originally supposed to drop on November 19th. The album also received a name-change, but it looks like YG is finally headed on the right path as his record label announced a release date for My Krazy Life on Twitter today.

YG has gained a lot of buzz for this project, specifically from his single "My Nigga," and more recently, when we caught wind of what that Drake-featured record "Who Do You Love" sounded like. It's safe to say people are excited to hear the full track, which should be released as the next single off the LP come January.

My Krazy Life is now scheduled for a release date of February 25th 2014. Let's hope there are no more delays.

You guys excited for this?

[Update: New Release Date Revealed]

While it was just yesterday that YG's Def Jam debut finally got a release date, it's already been changed-- though this one seems like it may stick. According to a press release from the label, My Krazy Life will hit stores March 18th.

The Bompton rapper also released his second single from the project today, "Left Right," which is once again produced by DJ Mustard.

Cop the single on iTunes, and check out the very dope artwork in the gallery above.