Hitta J3 must be pretty well connected, as he gets LA’s three hottest rappers – from different camps – on one cut. “At the end of the day we all from the Westside of Compton, and I wanna see the city win, I’m sure it’s vice-versa on everyone’s end…. I appreciate having a record with [cont.]
The Los Angeles rapper spoke to Microphone Check co-hosts Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Frannie Kelley about his early days playing house parties all over the county, DJ Mustard’s start, his friendship with ScHoolboy Q and how his mother yelling at him ended up on his debut album.
The world premiere of the new video featuring YG and the boys boolin’ in Bompton, Balifornia. The video finds YG and his homies on a typical day on the block, until everything goes to hell.
Noisey caught up with YG in London and asked him to respond to some of the comments left about his video for “Left, Right” on YouTube.
K Camp’s “Cut Her Off” star-studded remix gets an official video.
Directed by Dr. Zodiak. Produced by Penagon.
Extra large club cut gets a new remix, minus $hort Dawg and Tity Boy.
Berner releases “All in A Day” featuring YG, Young Thug and Vital from his upcoming project “20 Lights”. Produced by Maxwell Smart and Cozmo.
Jeffstaple recently caught up with California natives YG and DJ Mustard at Irving Plaza in NYC, and the three of them discuss fame, challenges, their relationship with Snoop, and what YG’s so called Krazy Life is all about. YG and DJ Mustard go way back, even forming their own record label group known as Pu$haz [cont.]
“Block Party” is the latest track by West Coast new sensation YG and Bay Area rising rapper Blanco. First release from YG & Blanco’s upcoming project entirely produced by Cookin Soul.
Posse cut remix of K Camp’s “Cut Her Off”.
Fabolous covers YG’s “Who Do You Love”, then mashes-it-up with Trey Songz’ freestyle version for an unofficial remix.
First “Show Me Love”, then “Barbi Girl”, and now “Rhythm Is A Dancer”?
Yo Gotti understudy grabs a host of famous rappers for this star-studded remix to “Yayo”.
In the latest episode of Jimmy Kimmel’s “Words From Your Mother”, Kimmel invites YG’s mom to recite lyrics to his debut single, and perhaps the most detrimental-to-society rap song in existence, “Toot It And Boot It”. This probably would have been a lot more offensive / uncomfortable to Jimmy Kimmel’s audience if YG’s mom recited [cont.]
In this episode of DECODED YG breaks down the meaning behind “Really Be (Smokin N Drankin),” from his album debut album My Krazy Life.
Vegas’ own Mally Mall releases his latest, featuring frequent collaborators Tyga, YG, and Jazz Lazer.
YG sits in with DJ Whoo-Kid’s Whoolywood Shuffle, to speak on the release of his new album, My Krazy Life. Whoo-Kid asks about whether or not the sex skit on the album really took place in the studio, where he stands in the Drake vs. Jay Z beef, the lack of unity in the LA [cont.]
YG broke through in 2010 with a 50 Cent remixed hit single, “Toot It & Boot It”. The song is quite easily one of the most detrimental-to-society rap songs in existence, as YG rapped so famously: “I asked her name and then I said I wanna fuck / and I’m YG and you know I [cont.]
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