YG Spits His “2015 Flow” In New Music Video

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Between the massive success of multiple singles with backing from Drake and Jeezy to the critical acclaim of his debut record, My Krazy Life, 2014 has undoubtedly been the year of YG. Capping off his ascent to rap stardom in the past 12 months, the Bompton born artist released a short film and accompanying soundtrack, entitled Blame it on the Streets. The audio side of the effort features “2015 Flow,” a ferocious cut that finds YG taking a broad shot at the Grammy establishment for not including him in this year’s group of award nominees while reminding the rest of the rap scene he’s out for blood.

Complementing the track’s minimalistic DJ Mustard beat, its brand new music video finds the two in a dark room, one rapping while the other leans back on a couch and throws stacks. It’s well worth checking out as the two have reached new heights, so follow the jump and experience YG’s “2015 Flow.”

If you’re still craving more from YG, be sure to watch UTG TV’s interview with him and DJ Mustard here.

Mike Giegerich

Mike Giegerich is a freelance journalist with an affinity for the hip-hop scene. His top-five favorite records of all time are Future's last five releases. Feel free to blow up his mentions on Twitter.
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