YG's sophomore album has a new name. It was originally titled Still Krazy, but YG took to Twitter late last night to reveal that it's now Still Brazy. He also confirmed its June 17 date and dropped the album artwork
For the last two years, YG has been able to ride off the success of My Krazy Life. Since then, YG's been working on a follow-up but not trying to rush it and risk a downgrade in quality. He's sparsely given us singles such as "Twist My Fingaz," "I Wanna Benz," and who could forget the controversial anti-Trump track "FDT."
The biggest difference between his first and second albums will be a lack of DJ Mustard on Still Brazy. The two developed some financial issues over MKL and didn't start speaking to each other again until a couple months ago. While some might be disappointed, this forced YG to expand and work with a lot of different producers to make the vision for this upcoming album come true. He's worked with London On Da Track, Terrace Martin, and Mannie Fresh to name a few.
Can YG create another memorable album without DJ Mustard's production? The question will be answered in a couple weeks.