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YG TicketsWith a sound reminiscent of California G-funk greats, YG has become a very popular name in rap. His smooth flow and chronicles of street life have given his music plenty of replay value. A strong run of releases have also made YG an artist who's much more than just his singles.
YG: More Than OKYG was born Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson in Compton, Calif. He gained major exposure through his appearances on Boss Yo Life Up Gang, a mixtape from Young Jeezy's label, CTE World. This momentum helped created buzz for YG's first album, My Krazy Life. This album, released in 2014, debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the US Billboard Top 200 albums chart. It also featured famous guests such as ScHoolboy Q, Drake, Rich Homie Quan, Kendrick Lamar and Ty Dolla Sign. There was also quite a bit of production, courtesy of Mustard. The same year, he released a short film and an accompanying soundtrack, both titled Blame It On the Streets. 2016 saw the release of Still Brazy, a powerful statement with more of a political focus. Songs like "FDT" and "Don't Come to LA" were very popular. Featured artists on this album included Kamaiyah, Lil Wayne and Nipsey Hussle. Acclaim came from outlets such as Pitchfork, AllMusic and HipHopDX. Two years later saw the release of Stay Dangerous, which had more of a trap sound to the production. It featured the likes of A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, 2 Chainz and Mozzy as guests. This album also served as a reunion between YG and Mustard. Less than a full year later came a new album, 4Real 4Real. This album was dedicated to the memory of YG's friend, Nipsey Hussle, who passed away earlier that year. Guests on the album included Tyga, Boogie, Meek Mill and G-Eazy. YG has also appeared multiple times on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote his music.
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Where can I catch a YG tour?YG will be touring in the United States from the end of August to the beginning of October as part of the "Legendary Nights Tour." Stops include Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC and Atlanta. YG will be accompanied by Mustard for his performances. Other acts on the tour will be Future, Meek Mill and Megan Thee Stallion.
What can I expect from YG?Although hip-hop shows can be hit-or-miss, YG gives you your money's worth. Fans greatly appreciate how much effort he puts into hyping up the crowd. YG has also used a live band, which adds to the overall energy of the show. He also does a very good job of mixing his more aggressive songs with his more tender ones.
What is YG's tour setlist like?YG usually performs songs from each of his four albums. He's also performed covers of other artists' songs, such as "Racks in the Middle" by Nipsey Hussle and "Get Low" by Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz. Some of the most-played songs at YG concerts include "Who Do You Love," "BPT," "I Just Wanna Party" and "FDT."
How long is a YG concert?YG concerts tend to run from about 30 minutes to more than an hour.
Who has YG toured with?YG has previously toured with Kendrick Lamar and D.R.A.M. (as part of "The DAMN. Tour"). He's also toured with G Eazy, Yo Gotti and Logic as part of "The Endless Summer Tour."
Who are YG's influences?Artists who YG has cited as an influence include N.W.A., Snoop Dogg, The Notorious B.I.G., Lil Wayne and 50 Cent.
Who are other artists like YG?Other current artists with a sound similar to YG include ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Meek Mill, The Game and Gucci Mane.
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