The Compton-raised rapper YG releases a new music video titled 'Sign Language,' and it's already a West Coast anthem.
Showing a ton of love for his California hometown, YG shows off his signature flow while riding down the street in hydraulic low-riders with his friends.
Produced by Terrace Martin & RealMind, the track uses the same catchy lines from the 'Tha Dogg Pounds - Cali Iz.'
We got heaters, smoke, drank, bitches
Fours, deuces, treys, switches
Riders, money, houses, boats
Notes, uncompromisin' quotes
The song follows YG's critically acclaimed 2020 album, 'My Life 4Hunnid,' in which The Los Angeles Times stated that 'In his music, YG speaks to the immediate, hour-to-hour rage and vulnerability of Black life as protests churn and police kill and terrorize with seeming impunity.'
YG recently announced a brand new sneaker collab with footwear brand K-Swiss. The sneakers, called the "Disco," are the iconic K-Swiss Classic LX in white and metallic with a glittery finish.