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Editors’ Notes

With My Krazy Life, YG throws gasoline on ratchet music with the emergent genre's best album to date, transforming the regional sound into a bona fide movement. Ratchet—the hypnotic, skeletal, trunk-rattling aesthetic pioneered by L.A. producer DJ Mustard—has its antecedent in SoCal G-funk and the Bay Area's hyphy sound, and now it finally has its The Chronic. Like Kendrick Lamar's good kid m.A.A.d. City, My Krazy Life is a brooding concept album, detailing YG's crazy days, wild nights, and regretful mornings hustling the streets of Compton, where "Daddy told me never leave the house without my tool." With guests Schoolboy Q, Kendrick, Drake, Young Jeezy, and Rich Homie Quan among others, the album doesn't hurt for star power. Yet YG never cedes the spotlight. His slippery flow bobs and weaves around Mustard and his cohorts' haymaker basslines and jabbing percussion. While "I Just Wanna Party" clearly lays out the rapper's intentions, "Really Be (Smokin N Drinkin)" finds YG contemplating his Dionysian ways, and "Sorry Momma" is the repentant confessional that brings this watershed debut full circle.

Customer Reviews

I don’t know what it is...

YG isn’t the greatest rapper ever and I don’t think anyone is debating that, but something about his songs just works. I’m looking forward to hearing the whole album.

Can't wait yg is the biggest artist of 2014

West coast coming back


If you call this WESTCOAST hip hop you need to be slapped.... This dude lyrics are simple Simon Nursery Rhymes..... Oh yeah I'm from the WESTCOAST by the way this dude is Garbage!


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Like so many rappers after the turn of the millennium, Los Angeles-based rap artist Keenon Jackson (otherwise known as YG or Young Gangsta) got his start by accumulating a wide internet following. The success of "She a Model" and "Aim Me" online earned him a bid with Def Jam, and he signed to the pioneering hip-hop label in 2009. Several mixtapes followed, including 2010's The Real 4Fingaz and 2011's Just Re'd Up, each of which boasted a charting Billboard single. He also became a popular MC, guesting...
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