Rapper YG has been on and off the scene since the release of his first album My Krazy Life back in 2014. But after a long wait, the Bompton rhymer is finally giving his fans something to look forward to next month.

YG announced that he will release his sophomore album, Still Krazy, in June. Although an exact release date hasn't been confirmed, the "My N----z" rapper will drop a new song prior to the project hitting stores, according to a Def Jam press release.

The new song, "Why You Always Hatin'?," will premiere on May 21 on OVO Sound Radio at 9PM ET.

The single follows behind YG's previously released tracks "Twist My Fingaz" and the Nipsey Hussle-assisted song, "F--- Donald Trump."

We're assuming the album will potentially hit stores at the beginning of June since YG announced dates for his "Still Krazy" tour that begins on June 3 in Anaheim, Calif., and ends June 16 in London.

YG will also hit the road on the Endless Summer Tour featuring G-Eazy, Logic and Yo Gotti.

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