YG has rounded up his artists Day Sulan and D3 for their brand new collab project 4Hunnid Presents: Gang Affiliated. Preceding the EP’s official release, fans were able to get a taste of the project from the visuals for “Bailar” and “Hit Em Up.” On the latter track, YG slides over a drill beat:
Hi, I’m Bob, I keep a toolie. Only do Glocks, bitch, I’m bougie. I’m in a drop, y’all might lose me, woah, woah, woah, woah. Heard she a thot, ho, I’m Gucci. Hang with the opps, y’all confuse me. In your face, I spit a loogie. Left to the right, my n***as slide, slide, slide, they do the toosie. Put ‘em down, difference in the score up. It’s a number game, bitch, and we four up. He a cameraman, he shoot close-up.
YG can most recently be heard alongside Big Sean for their “Go Big” single on the new Coming 2 America soundtrack. Day Sulan, a fellow Compton native, enjoyed an exciting 2020 that saw her gaining traction as a solo artist under YG’s tutelage. It included a collaboration with Rubi Rose, “BIG,” which has surpassed 1.5 million music video views on YouTube. D3szn, the most recent signee to 4Hunnid, is coming off an appearance on YG’s latest studio album, My Life 4Hunnid, beside none other than Lil Wayne on “Blood Walk.”
In addition to My Life 4Hunnid, YG also released loose singles like “Mamacita” with Tyga and Santana, “Konclusions” with Kehlani, “Money Mouf” with Tyga and Saweetie, and “Equinox” with Day Sulan. Prior to that, he dropped the album 4Real 4Real, which saw 14 tracks and assists from the likes of Valee, Boogie, Kamaiyah, G-Eazy, Meek Mill, Arin Ray, and DaBaby. YG also delivered a parody of Trump in his “Jealous” video.
Be sure to press play on the new 4Hunnid Presents: Gang Affiliated project down below.
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