YG turned his NBA All-Star Weekend†festivities into an album announcement. During The Boogie Festival, an all-day†event in Los Angeles†that was partially streamed on TIDAL, the creator “FDT” told the audience at home and in attendance that his next album would be titled Stay Dangerous.
“Listen, I got a public service announcement and then I got one more muthafuckin’ song,” YG said. “If y’all one my real friends, y’all gonna be real muthafuckin’ happy about this shit. It’s been a long time coming. My muthafuckin’ new album on the muthafuckin’ way, Stay Dangerous, god dammit. Y’all the first ones to hear that shit.”
YG’s album revelation comes just a few days after he dropped his first single 2018, “Suu Whoop.” Prior to its release, the Compton MC’s musical output came in the form a collaboration with Nipsey Hussle — “Last Time That I Checc’d” from the recently released Victory Lap LP.
No release date for Stay Dangerous has been announced. The album will serve as the follow-up to YG’s critically acclaimed Still Brazy, which was released in 2016.