YG Explains Why “Still Krazy” Took So Long to Record


Following the announcement of a June release date, YG stops by Power 106 this week to discuss his sophomore album, Still Krazy.

During an interview, the Bompton rapper explained why the anticipated album has been so challenging to record.

"Everything was difficult on this album," YG said. "It was the runaround on every level, just the producer side of things, recording, putting it together, really getting my story together, really getting it off for people to get tuned in and for it to feel how it needed to feel."

"The mixing part was very difficult due to the fact that [MixedByAli] got a lot of stuff going on right now," he added. "Bro made it work, but how he made it work took some time, but it's all good. That was the most difficult, being real."

Later, YG talks about hitting the road in June with G-Eazy for the "Endless Summer Tour," saying: "G-Eazy gonna probably get all the good girls. I'ma get the bad ones."

Still Krazy is due out next month, though a specific release date has not been announced. Stay tuned...