YG is planning his return. On Thursday, the Los Angeles native announced that his latest album, I Got Issues, would be released on September 30, 2022, via Def Jam.
“The music is just gonna be my truth, as far as my life right now,” YG told Power 106 about his new album.
“It’s just the growth of me, my headspace, what I’m on in life,” he added.
I Got Issues is the first solo studio album from YG My Life 4Hunnid dropped in October 2020. The project included tracks like “Rodeo” with Chris Brown and Tyga and “Blood Walk” featuring Lil’ Wayne and D3szn. My Life 4Hunnid moved more than 60,000 units during its first week, but failed to crack the top three on the Billboard 200.
Since My Life 4Hunnid arrived in 2020, YG has been busy collaborating with artists from his own label and around California. Last year, he worked with rising artists from his label, 4Hunnid Records, to deliver a compilation tape called Gang Affiliated. From there, he teamed up with Mozzy to drop Kommunity Service. More recently, he has returned to his solo work. In preparation for I Got Issues, he’s delivered singles like “Toxic” and “Scared Money” featuring J. Cole and Moneybagg Yo.
Check out the I Got Issues artwork below before September 30, 2022 rolls around.