YG's new single will be out in a few hours.
Coachella’s first weekend was a blast with plenty of noteworthy moments (which you can read about here) and now that the second weekend has been completed, we wait until next year to prance around in the desert with our closest friends. YG was a staple at this year’s festival, performing with a slew of special guests and hosting his own after-party nearby. Unfortunately, his party ended with gunfire as everybody rushed to safety but nobody has been reported as injured. The Compton rapper performed his upcoming single "Stop Snitchin" for the first time at Coachella, displaying photos of Tekashi 6ix9ine and Skinnyfromthe9 on the screen behind him. The song is meant to be directed at snitches of all shapes and sizes but those two were singled out. In case you were tired of replaying the low-quality audio rips from the live stream, you'll be glad to know that the official track releases in just a few hours.
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"Stop Snitchin" will serve as one of YG's singles before his next album is released. 4REAL 4REAL is expected to arrive on May 3 but tonight, we'll be hearing a taste of what we can expect from it. The artist shared a photo of his cover art, which appropriately includes an illustration of a rat front-and-centre.
Stay tuned for the single release tonight and be sure to jot down May 3 on your calendar because that's when we can jam out to YG's new album.