YG Changes Album Title to ‘Still Brazy’ and Debuts New Cover Art [PHOTO]
YG is ready to release his long-awaited sophomore album but he had to make a few changes. The Def Jam rhymer flipped the title from Still Krazy to Still Brazy.
On Wednesday (June 2), YG went on his Instagram account to reveal the change as well as debut the new album cover art. The image features the 26-year-old rapper behind a fire red backdrop with the photo itself blurred to the point that you might get cross-eyed if you look at it too long.
YG has already released his first single, the Drake-assisted “Why You Always Hatin’?” There’s no word if his other singles like “Twist My Fingaz” or even “F--- Donald Trump” will be on the album.
Although his New York show has been canceled in the wake of the Irving Plaza shooting, it appears that YG is still embarking on his promotional tour in support of the album.
The trek begins on June 3 in Anaheim, Calif., and ends June 16 in London. In addition, the Bompton native will also hit the road on the Endless Summer Tour featuring G-Eazy, Logic and Yo Gotti. The jaunt starts on June 28 in Dallas, Texas.
YG's Still Brazy album is due to hit stores on June 17.