YG Releases G-Funk-Infused 'Twist My Fingaz' Song: Listen

Jessica Chou
YG photographed at Nightbyrd Studios on June 19, 2015 in West Hollywood, Calif.

YG returns strong with his new single, "Twist My Fingaz."

The rapper recruits musician/producer Terrace Martin for the G-Funk-infused, West Coast anthem. "Twist My Fingaz" samples George Clinton's "One Nation Under A Groove."

YG puffs his chest and sets the record straight on "Twist My Fingaz": "I really got something to say: I'm the only one that made it out the West without Dre/ I'm the only one that's bout what he say, the only one that got hit and was walking the same day."

YG Speaks Out for First Time Since Being Shot: 'I'm Hard to Kill' (Exclusive)

YG was shot after a recording session in Studio City, Calif. on June 12. He was working on his sophomore studio album, Still Krazy.  "I got shot one time. It was three bullet holes because it went in, went out and went back in again," YG told Billboard. "It was not gang-related at all. It just happened out of the blue. We don’t know who did it, we don’t know why."


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