Twist My Fingaz

New Music: YG - 'Twist My Fingaz'

  /  07.16.2015

Bompton is back. After being shot multiple times, YG picks up the mic and returns with “Twist My Fingaz,” the first single off his upcoming sophomore album Still Krazy. On the Terrace Martin-produced banger, which samples George Clinton’s “One Nation Under a Groove,” the Compton rapper reps his West Coast roots and does his dance.

“I really got something to say, I’m the only one that made it out the West without Dre,” he declares. “I’m the only one that’s ’bout what he say, the only one that got hit and was walking the same day.”

“‘Twist My Fingaz’ is a statement record, letting everybody know I’m back and still krazy!” YG told The FADER.

He is working with DJ Mustard on the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed debut My Krazy Life, which is due later this year.

Get your C-walk on to his G-Funk groove.


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