West Coast rapper YG has set the stakes high for his upcoming My Lifestyle 4Hunnid album. The rap heavyweight went on the net to share the project’s star-studded line-up which consists of Lil Wayne, Lil Tjay, Gunna, Lil Mosey and a lot more superior-profile guest features.
YG’s My Existence 4Hunnid Tracklisting
The rap superstar jumped on Instagram to unload his 13-monitor expose. In addition to collaborations, YG loaded his new LP with interludes.
“Tomorrow evening 🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾” -YG’s Instagram
YG Reveals Album Deal with
Lately, the hip-hop heavyweight lit up his social media web pages with the massive deal with art reveal. The artwork features YG solo and exhibiting off a crimson glare.
“MY Existence 4HUNNID THE ALBUM OCT 2ND” -YG’s Twitter
YG’s My 4Hunnid Life
Not too long ago, YG and his record label formally introduced the new project. The hip-hop heavyweight uncovered the LP would fall at the start off of October 2020.
Multi-platinum Bompton-centered rapper YG officially reveals Oct 2nd as as the in-retail store day for MY 4HUNNID Life, his eagerly awaited fifth studio album on Def Jam Recordings. Released right now in anticipation of the album is the video for “Equinox” featuring Day Sulan, the L.A. rapper signed to YG’s 4HUNNID label. Day Sulan received attention last year for her attribute on “Her Tale,” a keep track of from YG’s album, 4Serious 4Real which marked his fourth consecutive Major 10 debut on Billboard 200 album chart.
Just lately, YG sent his new “Equinox” songs video clip to rejoice his album announcement.
“Equinox” follows up YG’s explosive breakout single + video “SWAG,” which has amassed about 17 million YouTube sights and over 14 million global streams since July. Prior to that he released “FTP” during the top of the Black Life Subject protests and turned a social justice anthem for the motion. In May possibly, YG released “Laugh Now, Kry Afterwards!” which has netted about 17 million global streams and about 4 million YouTube views to date.
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