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L.A. rapper YG keeps his fans hooked with new music that relates to the reality of today. Earlier this year, he released a song that became an anthem for the 2016 US election, “F**K Donald Trump”, a song meant to diss one of the presidential candidates. After the huge success of “FDT,” he dropped an album in June, called “Still Brazy,” which consists of politically charged tracks and addresses the killing of black Americans.
But the Compton rapper doesn’t stop here. Although two years ago, he made an announcement on Twitter telling his followers that he was done with doing mixtapes, a couple of days ago YG mentioned his old post on Twitter saying that “promises R made to be broken.”
Promised I wasn’t droppin no more mixtapes.
But I was once told Promises R made to be broken
— YG (@YG) October 26, 2016
The artist wants to paint the town in “red” on November 25 (Black Friday), letting his fans know that he will drop his new project on that day. It will be called “Red Friday,” the name probably promoting his notorious Blood affiliation.
Considering the truth-telling music YG has released this year, we are all impatient to listen to the “Red Friday” and curious to see what social issues he will address this time.
Black Friday ain’t black this year.
I’m painted that bitch RED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
— YG (@YG) November 1, 2016