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 News RnB 24/04/2019

YG Drops "Stop Snitchin'" From Forthcoming Album "4REAL 4REAL"

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) YG debuted a new diss track aimed at Tekashi 6ix9ine called "Stop Snitchin," rapping in front of a photo of the jailed rapper. The Compton rapper calls out the snitches on the West Coast banger, which he debuted during his set at Coachella. The track was seemingly inspired by his rival 6ix9ine, who copped a plea deal in his federal racketeering case.
"Bitch ni**a, snitch ni**a, ho ni**a, bitch ni**a," he raps over the bouncy production. "You got fear in your heart so you corroborate / I can see how bitch ni**as operate."
He continues to lash out at the snitches. "I hate a bitch ni**a, I swear to God / I don't know what's worse / Bitch ni**as or alcohol."

YG's fourth full-length album, 4REAL 4REAL, is set to drop May 3. It was originally slated to arrive April 12, but was delayed out of respect for Nipsey Hussle. According to Billboard, the project features his "most confident storytelling to date."






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