Civil TV shows up to the set of YG’s new music video for his latest single, “Who Do You Love,” featuring Drake. Check out the video which features a number of short clips and showcases plenty of half-naked women just anxiously waiting for the opportunity to twerk for the camera. Karen Civil also shows up with a brief appearance on set. Fans can pick up YG’s new album, “My Krazy Life,” which is due in stores on March 18.
Crooked I temporarily borrows YG’s infectious and hard-hitting, “My N*gga,” instrumental and serves up his own original freestyle. Take a listen as the Slaughterhouse rapper steps up to the mic to drop some slick bars and showcase his superior bars. The Long Beach rapper has a special niche for making it all sound so effortless.
Ricky Rawse links up with Young Breed to serve up his own rendition of YG’s, “My Niggas,” with “My Hittas.” Rozay keeps things pretty standard as he boasts about his lavish lifestyle and boss manueveurs in the streets. Breed keeps it hood as he reflects on coming out of Los Angeles’ infamous “The Jungle” and the harsh realities of living life out on the block. The DRE Films directed visual showcases both artists out on the streets as Ross busts out the Rolls Royces and boxes of Bel Aire Rose Champagne.sdf
YG turns it up before the year closes out and delivers a bangin’ new single titled, “Who Do You Love,” courtesy of DJ Skee. The Compton native recruits DJ Mustard for the production and seasoned vets Drake and The Game as features. Mustard delivers his signature sound and gives listeners lots of bass and heavy synths for a ratchet street anthem. “Who Do You Love” will be featured on YG’s upcoming album My Krazy Life which is set to drop on March 18.
YG stops by HOT 97 for an exclusive interview and freestyle session with Funkmaster Flex. Check out the Compton rapper have some fun on the microphone as he demonstrates his off-the-top abilities and delivers a few bars for the listeners tuning in. Before kicking things off, YG and Funk Flex exchange a few words before the radio host decides to give the DJ the signal to start up the West Coast inspired freestyle session. YG’s My Krazy Life LP coming soon.
HipHopSince1987′s E-Money catches up with YG backstage at a recent performance in Philadelphia for a short Q&A session. Check out the Compton native break down for the camera how he was able to link up with Def Jam label mate Young Jeezy and subsequently become a part of CTE. The rapper also briefly addresses his relationship with beatsmith, DJ Mustard, and reveals fans can look forward to some top notch production from him on his upcoming album, My Krazy Life. E-Money also attempts to get some updated information from YG on his potential collaborative mixtape with Nipsey Hussle but the rapper decides to downplay the question and leave viewers in suspense.
YG and Young Jeezy are back to turn the energy up with the latest single “Birfday” which is set to be featured on the rising star’s forthcoming My Krazy Life LP. Produced by Tony Rey, the Compton native delivers another club banger as he celebrates life and his new found success with CTE. My Krazy Life is set to release sometime next year.
The L.A. Leakers drop off a new remix to Jay 305’s catchy club song, “Youzza Flip,” featuring Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and YG. The star studded rendition of the popular jam is set to be showcased on the L.A. Leakers forthcoming The 2014 Draft Picks mixtape which is due out in January. Showing a lot of promise throughout the year, Jay 305 earns his new remix a position on the compilation project which will highlight the talents of a number of aspiring artists that listeners should be aware of.
Jack Thriller and ThisIs50 liberate additional coverage from the green carpet at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. This time fans get to see an exclusive interview between thriller and CTE’s YG. Take a look as the California native gives insight behind how his music caught Young Jeezy’s attention which led the rapper to contact Def Jam about taking YG under his wing. YG also makes it very clear he doesn’t consider himself a replacement for Freddie Gibbs and explains that he never even knew there was bad blood between Jeezy and Gibbs. Before heading inside, YG shares his thoughts on touring with Yo Gotti for the “I Am Tour” and their recent collaboration “Act Right.” My Krazy Life is set to release early 2014.