"4 Days" features classic and instantly recognizable production by the one and only DJ Mustard. Check out the video up top, and/or grab it on Apple Music and Spotify below.
Ahead of its release, Belly unleashed a fleet of Instagram posts showing him in the studio with Jay Z. In one clip, Belly is heard mentioning the "midnight zone" phrase he used in a hashtag when promoting "4 Days." Presumably, Midnight Zone is the title of the new project he's working on.
In an interview last October, Belly described how he felt like "a fucking bumbling idiot" the first few times he was around Jay. Jay, he told Billboard, was his idol growing up "and until now, he's still the epitome of what a career should look like." As for how the vibe changed after Belly got beyond the "fucking bumbling idiot" stage of their relationship, he described Jay as an "imaginary professor."
YG also has something new on the way. In February, he announced an imminent new album Stay Dangerous, his first studio effort since his excellent 2016 record Still Brazy. Though a release date hasn't been confirmed, billboards for the album have already started popping up around Los Angeles. "Suu Whoop" is the lead single and you're advised to revisit it below.