As Grammy Season grows nigh, a ton of YG fans still find some type of ways about the West Coast rapper’s snub from the rap categories in this year’s award ceremony. The Def Jam studio debut album My Krazy Life easily cracked the top 10 of Hip-Hop Wired’s best albums of the year and even […]

YG’s visual for “Do It To Ya,” a standout track from his debut album My Krazy Life, is truly a West Coast production.

It’s the authenticity of YG’s story that propelled his debut album, My Krazy Life, to critical acclaim. Today, the 24-year-old brings his true life gang story to the small screen in the visual — written by the rapper — for “Bicken Back Being Bool.”

YG has already proven he knows how to sell records in the early stages of his career and he’s already looking to share to wealth.

Hip-Hop has been a definitive force in the sales department this year and we’re only three months into 2014. YG and his recount of his Krazy Life thus far followed in the footsteps of ScHoolboy Q and Rick Ross to mark high on the Billboard 200. His debut album entered the mix at #2 with […]

It must feel good to be in YG’s shoes right now. As the first week numbers trickle in for his My Krazy Life debut, the Def Jam artist further promoted the LP by performing a medley of its most popular records on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Yesterday, YG released his long-awaited Def Jam debut, My Krazy Life. Of course, the next line of business was for the Def Jam/CTE recording artist to celebrate the joyous occasion at Supperclub Tuesdays.

Word around town is that YG and DJ Mustard created a solid body of work via the rapper’s My Krazy Life debut. Now, you can be the judge after streaming the album guilt free.

YG is releasing his major label debut, My Krazy Life, in just over a week. But before then, the West Coast native offers up a visual for his bubbling single, “Who Do You Love?,” featuring Drake.

UPDATE: YG unveiled the tracklist to My Krazy Life. See it after the jump. It’s been a long time coming, but YG is finally set to impact Hip-Hop culture with his Def Jam debut, My Krazy Life. CTE World’s young gunner heightened anticipation for the record by unveiling the official artwork.

It’s a straight West Coast party in YG’s visual for his second single “Left, Right.” So much so that hit-making producer, DJ Mustard, joins in on the good times.

It’s a wonder that YG took this long to drop an official remix for his hit single “My N***a,” but here it is. This version features a few of the usual suspects in Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, and of course Rich Homie Quan.