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YG announced that a new album is on its way and will be dropping in the near future.

During his first annual show, The Boogie, which he launched at NBA All-Star in Los Angeles on Saturday (Feb. 17), the Compton rapper let his fans hear about the news first: his new album is titled Stay Dangerous.

Right before closing out his headlining set, YG announced, “Listen, I got a public service announcement and then I got one more song. If y’all one of my real fans, y’all gon’ be really happy about this sh*t. It’s been a long time coming. My new album on the way, Stay Dangerous, got damn it.”

If you weren’t there, YG took to social media to spread the news, with an Instagram video of the performance.

Ahead of the album news, he kicked off All-Star Weekend with a new single called “Suu Whoop”, an ode to his gangbanging lifestyle and a first taste of what’s to come. Preview the track below.

Further details about Stay Dangerous is currently unknown, but it will be YG’s first album in two years, following 2016’s Still Krazy.