YG Performs "Why You Always Hatin'?" & "Still Brazy" with Kamaiyah & Trash Talk

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YG served as musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, and he performed his Still Brazy cuts, “Why You Always Hatin’” and the sophomore album’s title track. For the former, featured artist Kamaiyah joined YG on stage, and she performs holding a glass of champagne. The rapper was instrumentally assisted by member of rock band Trash Talk. Watch the performance here, and make sure to catch his “commercial” for his fake board game here.

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