West Coast rapper YG’s long-awaited Stay Dangerous is officially coming this summer. The hip-hop star has announced his new album will drop in the coming months.
YG went to Instagram Monday (June 25) to lock-in an early August release date.
The highly-anticipated solo effort will be his first studio effort in two years.
Stay Dangerous is YG’s first album since 2016’s Still Brazy. Earlier this year he shared the single “Suu Whoop.”. He was also a featured artist on 2 Chainz’s EP The Play Don’t Care Who Makes It and Nipsey Hussle’s album Victory Lap. (The FADER)
Over the weekend, YG’s star-studded “Big Bank” video premiered online.
On Saturday, rap star Nicki Minaj shared dope behind the scenes moments from the video.