Update: The video for “Stop Snitchin” is out now. Watch it above.
Original Story: Compton-based rapper YG isn’t holding back as of late. Just months after releasing his fourth studio album Stay Dangerous, the West Coast hip-hop icon is already back on the radar after announcing a surprise album via Twitter earlier this month. Titled 4REAL 4REAL, the album was originally scheduled to drop on April 12, but was delayed out of respect for Nipsey Hussle’s passing. After the slight delay, YG has dropped the first official single off the project, a funk-driven, West Coast-flavored track titled “Stop Snitchin” that aptly takes aim at 6ix9ine.
During his recent Coachella set, YG debuted the new track in front of a photo of the jailed rapper. The cut takes note of 6ix9ine’s rumored plea deal and cooperation alongside federal prosecutors following his widely publicized arrest last Fall. It’s been reported that the New York rapper snitched on his crew following nine federal crime charges, reportedly hoping to lower his prison sentence. Obviously, YG isn’t taking too kindly to the idea of snitching as it is a direct violation of the code of the street.
You can listen to YG’s “Stop Snitchin” below.
For more related news, Lil Uzi Vert just dropped a music video for “That’s A Rack.”