Gone are the times when listeners had no thought what was happening behind the scenes with artists and their labels. These days you may rattling close to discover the ins and outs of authorized disputes, leaked textual content messages, and borderline private addresses. YG is the newest rapper to scold his label, Def Jam Recordings, for prematurely releasing his tracklist and, in flip, revealing his visitor options with out his consent.
The Compton powerhouse took to Twitter to colorfully categorical his frustrations. “DEF JAM BE HIRE’N PEOPLE TO F*CK UP. ALL THEY DO IS F*CK UP,” he shared Monday night time, practically per week earlier than his anticipated launch date on September thirtieth. “MY TRACK LIST FOR MY ALBUM IS NOT POSE TO BE OUT. THEY SUCK REAL BAD.”
DEF JAM BE HIRE’N PEOPLE TO FUCK UP. ALL THEY DO IS FUCK UP. 😂. MY TRACK LIST FOR MY ALBUM IS NOT POSE TO BE OUT. THEY SUCK REAL BAD
— yg (@YG) September 22, 2022
The tracklist contains already launched singles “Toxic,” “Scared Cash” that includes J. Cole and Moneybagg Yo, and a brand new Nas collaboration, lengthy awaited by YG on the tune “No Weapon.” There are additionally options from a HER, Roddy Ricch, Put up Malone, and others.
The excellent news is I Got Issues, YG’s sixth studio album, is about to hit the streets September thirtieth, leaving room to construct simply sufficient anticipation with out shedding momentum. The dangerous information is somebody at Def Jam is perhaps out of a job in a couple of days in the event that they’re seeking to appease YG.
On the threat of studying like a hip hop cliché… “it ain’t secure on the block.” Hopefully, Def Jam and YG can kind this out forward of September thirtieth.
Roddy Ricch is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an impartial subsidiary of Warner Music Group.