Compton’s own YG announced that he is dropping his sophomore album Still Krazy this June.
In true YG fashion, he announced the new album via his Instagram page with some very colorful language.
Still Krazy will be the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed 2014 debut album My Krazy Life.
The album comes after a very eventful two years that saw YG do everything from release a short film titled Blame In On The Streets to get shot outside of a recording studio last June. There was even a moment where YG was beefing with his longtime friend and producer DJ Mustard over money.
The duo recently hashed out their differences according to an Instagram post from YG showing them together at Coachella.
However, Rolling Stone is reported that Mustard will not be featured on the album.
Per Rolling Stone:
While YG has worked with an array of in-demand producers for the new album ranging from Metro Boomin and Terrace Martin to Hit-Boy and London on Da Track, Still Krazy reportedly won’t feature beats by My Krazy Life‘s key collaborator DJ Mustard after the two engaged in a public beef.