After receiving news that his debut album, 'My Krazy Life,' wasn't nominated for a Grammy award, YG could have easily taken to social media to complain. Fortunately, he didn't and decided to release new music instead.
After arriving to the 42nd Annual American Music Awards in style on a party bus with her Black Eyed Peas crew, Fergie hit the stage to perform ‘L.A. Love’ with a little help from YG and DJ Mustard on Sunday night (Nov. 23).
Before 2014 comes to an end, the American Music Awards brings together music's biggest and brightest to honor their achievements and welcome them to the stage. And of course, our favorite artists made sure to get all glammed up for the occasion.
The Bompton representative announced that he'll release 'Blame It on the Streets,' a short film starring him, next month. The project will be accompanied by a soundtrack with six new songs, two remixes and a live rendition of 'BPT.'
It’s an official West coast connection on the official remix of Fergie’s ‘L.A. Love (La La).’ The Grammy Award-winning singer already had a smash hit on her hands thanks to DJ Mustard but she upped the anti, adding YG’s own Compton co-sign to the banger.
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