YG is giving the people something to look forward to with the announcement his forthcoming album Stay Dangerous. All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, just up the street from his native Compton, was the perfect time for him to announce the news, letting his live crowd know that Stay Dangerous is on the way. The rapper shared the news before performing one last song, letting his fans know "It's been a long time coming." YG released his last album Still Brazy nearly two years ago with singles such as the Drake and Kamaiyah-assisted "Why You Always Hatin?," "Twist My Fingaz" and the anti-Trump anthem "FDT."
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YG seems to strive on his full-length projects, putting out strong efforts on his albums thus far, and we hope to see more the same on Stay Dangerous. YG 4Hunnid appears to be humbled while announcing the news, visibly excited to be broadcasting the message to the crowd. Having recently dropped the stand-alone single "Suu Whoop," this news is incredibly welcome as his promotional scheme appears to be to tease his fans with a single drop and follow it up with news an LP.
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The release date is yet to be announced, and we do not have any information regarding featured artists or the length the project. Regardless, we can probably expect another West Coast banger as we've become accustomed to from YG.