YG made the statement Monday, adding that he will then "be a new man." He also referenced Nipsey Hussle in the tweet.
While it's easy to understand how the tweet could be interpreted as a suggestion that YG is preparing to make his 4REAL 4REAL follow-up his final album, another interpretation is that YG could simply be looking forward to the end of a contract and/or the ownership of his catalog's master recordings. At the time of this writing, he hadn't clarified.
This month, YG has teased his next chapter with the release of two new cuts. In addition to album single "Go Loko," the 4Hunnid boss also linked with frequent collaborator Mustard for the producer's "100 Bands" track alongside Quavo, 21 Savage, and Meek Mill.
YG is less than one year removed from the release of his Stay Dangerous album, which dropped back in August. Speaking with Complex at the time, YG said the Mustard-reuniting collection came about with a focus on not overthinking the studio process.
"Mustard and I talked about getting back to our old shit on this album, and the west coast sound is what we grew up with, and what we know," he said. "But in the game today there are so many styles; you got trap shit, rappity-rap shit and trippy drug shit. You don't have to be a gangster rapper to be successful, you can do anything."