YG and Ty Dolla $ign recently embarked on a Australian tour and today we get to see some footage of their time on stage and off. See it below.
Casey Veggies single “Backflip” is starting to gain some popularity and with fellow Cali rappers IAMSU! and YG hopping on the remix it is only right that we get a visual. Watch Young Veggies prove that money will make her do a backflip after the jump.
YG stops by Ebro In The Morning to sit down and talk about his short lived beef with DJ Mustard and how they ended it by knuckling up. He also spoke on Nipsey Hussle, becoming a Father, the Trill Ship kids protesting outside the Grammy’s for him and more.
Whether you think YG’s debut album My Krazy Life deserved to win a Grammy or not, we all should agree that a nomination was warranted. The kids of Trill Ship thought the same way and decided to voice their opinions by “bicketing” over the weekend outside the Grammy Museum in LA. Get a look at the kids protesting the Grammy snub of their favorite rapper in the video clip below. After you watch the hilarious clip go check out the interview some of the kids did for Fader.
With his Blame It On The Streets short film and soundtrack now available, YG decides to also release a visual for the “2015 Flow” single produced by DJ Mustard. Get a look at the new visual below and go check out that new movie and soundtrack.
The soundtrack that accompanies the short film has a total of nine tracks including past single “2015 Flow” and the official remix to his My Krazy Life standout “Bicken Back Being Bool.”
Stream the new soundtrack below and purchase a copy on iTunes to be able to watch the full movie.
Rich The Kid’s single “Goin Crazy” produced by K.E. On The Track has been taking over the clubs and airwaves since it dropped on his Feels Good 2 Be Rich mixtape. Now Rich The Kid is back with a remix of the track, calling on YG to join him. This remix may land on Rich’s upcoming and highly anticipated Rich Than Famous project dropping Christmas Day.
YG teams up with DJ Mustard to release a response to his My Krazy Life album being snubbed by the GRAMMY’s for Best Rap Album. Take a listen to “2015 Flow” after the jump and don’t forget YG’s ‘Blame It On The Streets’ film and project releases December 15th.
DJ Mustard lets go of a lyric video for the next single from his 10 Summers LP. The Lil Wayne, Big Sean YG and Boosie assisted strip club ready cut “Face Down” gets a animated video for us to enjoy assuming a real visual is on the way.
In support of his upcoming Blame It On The Streets film coming out on December 15th, YG sat down with The Breakfast Club to speak more in-depth about the film. YG talked about the moving being based around his two tracks “BPT” and “Meet The Flockers,” shooting over nine days, recording the soundtrack and much more.
Watch the full interview below.