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Hitting the big leagues:My Hitta isn't the Compton, Calif., native's first brush with crossover appeal. After signing to Def Jam Recordings in 2009, he released the ferociously catchy Toot It and Boot It the next year, which may have only gone No. 67 but proved to be a prevalent summer hit among twentysomethings. Nabbing guest spots from Tyga and Chris Brown (Hell Yeah), Soulja Boy (Wobble) and 2 Chainz (#Grindmode) for various mixtape tracks, he also appeared on songs with Kendrick Lamar (Young Jeezy's R.I.P. remix) and Yo Gotti (Act Right) this past year. Now with a new Drake collaboration, Who Do You Love (which leaked in late December), and a debut studio album, My Krazy Life, out March 18, the XXL 2011 Freshmen Class honoree looks to be an undeniable force in the hip-hop community.
His krazy life: Jackson promises lots of "bangers" offering a "day in the life" perspective on his debut album. "I'll take them through situations and times I had in my life that had something to do with how I came up, where I come from and the type of things I was doing," Jackson says. "It's basically like a movie. You know how Snoop (Dogg) and (Dr.) Dre were doing their albums back in the day? It's like the same thing."
The name game: Originally titled I'm 4rm Bompton, Jackson changed the album's name to My Krazy Life on the advice of Young Jeezy. "He said, 'If you come out with an album (called) I'm 4rm Bompton, you'll only be (catering) to a certain crowd of people.' " He also didn't want to waste time explaining why he replaced the "C" in Compton with a "B," a common switch among Blood gang members. "I'm not trying to be doing my interviews explaining the title, I just want to explain my music," Jackson says. "Yeah, I get it's gang-affiliated and all, but it's bigger than that."
Sage advice: Listening faithfully to Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, Tupac and Snoop Dogg growing up, YG was surprised to find that one of them would eventually become his mentor. "Snoop, he's like a big brother for sure," Jackson says. "He gives me advice. Whenever I need him to do something, he'll do it for me; when he needs me to do something, I'm there for him." He also talks to Young Jeezy when "something's going on" or he's in need of guidance. "He's been helping me out a lot with everything, just the way I look at my music and my album."
Drunk in love: While he considers himself a fan of Tyler the Creator and A$AP Rocky, one of Jackson's music preferences could surprise some fans. "I don't want people to give me (expletive), but I've been listening to Beyoncé's new album that just came out," he says, adding that Drunk in Love is his favorite track off the self-titled record. "If you're a player ... you're going to have to know some good female records to get them in the mood, you feel me?"
YGWielding a forceful and slightly raspy voice ideally suited for the prowling basslines that support many of his best-known tracks, YG has achieved and sustained commercial success throughout the 2010s without ever being overtly pop. The "brazy" yet "bool" West Coast rapper first achieved Hot 100 status with the players anthem "Toot It and Boot It" (2010) and has continually reaffirmed his commercial appeal with the Top Ten albums My Krazy Life (2014), Still Brazy (2016), and Stay Dangerous (2018), which were followed by 4REAL 4REAL (2019). The four albums, highlighted by multi-platinum hits such as "My N*gga," "Who Do You Love?," and "Big Bank," have been released through Def Jam.The Compton, California native, born Keenon Jackson, issued his first two mixtapes in 2009 and 2010, a few years after he became a Blood. The latter tape featured "Toot It and Boot It," a low-profile collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign that reached number 67 after it was licensed to Def Jam for commercial release. YG continued to favor the mixtape format, then made his Def Jam album debut in March 2014 with My Krazy Life. Supported with the multi-platinum DJ Mustard productions "My N*gga" (aka "My Hitta," featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan) and "Who Do You Love?" (featuring Drake), the album debuted at number two on its way to platinum status itself. A short film and accompanying soundtrack, Blame It on the Streets, was out by the end of the year. Anchored by another platinum single, "Why You Always Hatin'?" (with Drake and Kamaiyah), as well as the anti-Donald Trump protest track "FDT" (featuring Nipsey Hussle), YG's second proper album, Still Brazy, followed in June 2016 and debuted at number six.The rapper's third Def Jam set was previewed through another Mustard collaboration, "Big Bank," which also featured 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Nicki Minaj. The track went Top 15 R&B/hip-hop -- and eventually went 16 pop -- ahead of the August 2018 arrival of Stay Dangerous. The album was YG's third straight Top Ten album, entering the Billboard 200 at number five a few weeks before the rapper appeared in the film White Boy Rick. Within a year, Stay Dangerous was certified gold, while "Big Bank" became YG's third multi-platinum headlining single. 4REAL 4REAL, the rapper's fourth LP for Def Jam, followed in May 2019. The album climbed to number seven in Billboard's rap charts. In February of 2020, YG offered up new single "Konklusions" featuring guest vocalist Kehlani. (Andy Kellman, AMG)
Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson (born March 9, 1990), is an American rapper better known by the stage name YG (an initialism for Young Gangsta). In 2009, he released his debut single, "Toot It and Boot It", featuring Ty Dolla Sign, which peaked at number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100. The singles success resulted in him signing to Def Jam Recordings. In the following years, YG released various mixtapes such as The Real 4Fingaz and Just Re'd Up 2 among others. In June 2013, YG signed to Young Jeezy's CTE World. His 2013 single "My Nigga" featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan has peaked at number 19 on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming the highest charting song of his career. He then released the singles "Left, Right" and "Who Do You Love?" featuring Drake leading up to the release of his debut studio album. His debut album, My Krazy Life was released on March 18, 2014, by Pu$haz Ink, CTE World and Def Jam.
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