If you enjoy music that's good, then you're probably still giving YG's 2016 album Still Brazy regular spins a full two years out from its "FDT"-assisted release. Now, as confirmed late Sunday, you'll need to make room for the follow-up in August.
In the caption of an Instagram post showing YG and Meek Mill at the BET Awards in Los Angeles, Stay Dangerous—YG's third studio album—was confirmed to be dropping Aug. 3. Fittingly, YG accompanied this announcement with a slew of devil smile emoji.
The album's release will be celebrated with a combined concert and 4Hunnid fashion show experience in Los Angeles Aug. 5. Tickets for the event, which is set to take place at the Microsoft Theater downtown, are available now starting at $28 before fees.
2018 has already been a stacked year for YG, who made his Nicki Minaj x 2 Chainz x Big Sean collab Big Bank a highlight of Sunday's BET Awards broadcast. Days before that performance (and prior to dropping the track's official video), YG joined Gucci Mane and Chainz on the remix to Rich the Kid's ubiquitous hit "Plug Walk." Back in March, he joined Chainz and Offset for the mothers-celebrating video for "Proud."
Previously, fans were very briefly under the impression that Stay Dangerous would be arriving this month amid the G.O.O.D. Music onslaught after an apparent label error. "ON BLOODS IM HOTT," he said of the mistake at the time. "I WANNA GO SHOOT SOME SHIT."