YG Reveals 'Still Brazy' Release Date, Cover Art
YG’s got a couple of Brazy announcements.
The Bompton spitter has changed his sophomore album title from Still Krazy to Still Brazy and announced a June 17 release date.
The cover art features a blurry YG in front of a red backdrop, sporting a red and white shirt.
New album title alert STILL BRAZY 6.17.16 pic.twitter.com/J6XM5RXU56
— YG (@YG) June 2, 2016
Still Brazy is the follow-up to last year’s My Krazy Life. The new album is expected to feature YG’s Drake-assisted single “Why You Always Hatin’?” and it could also include the Cali spitter’s Nipsey Hussle collaboration “FDT.”
Starting tomorrow in Anaheim, YG is slated to head out on his “Still Krazy Tour.” The 10-date trek is set to run from the States to Paris (Jun. 14), Berlin (Jun. 15), and London, where the tour ends on June 16.
Then, later this month, YG will head out on “The Endless Summer Tour” with Logic, G-Eazy, and Yo Gotti. That run begins June 28 in Dallas, before coming to a close in Hartford on August 5.