While YG works on his sophomore album, the Cali rapper is also working on building his empire. He recently debuted a new commercial for his clothing and merch website 4Hunnid which features unreleased music.

In the clip, YG and his homies gather on a street corner to down 40s and shoot dice while rocking apparel from YG's new line. But the police have other plans. Two officers come along and rough the group up. All this happens to the soundtrack of a funky new hard-hitting track that could possibly be titled "Questions."

This is yet another teaser of new music as fans wait for his new Still Krazy album, the follow-up to his 2014 major label debut My Krazy Life. Back in December the Def Jam rapper released three potential singles in back to back days. The first was the 50 Cent and Nipsy Hussle assisted song "I Want a Benz" which is produced by Atlanta beat maker London on da Track.

The second and third songs came the following day including "City Mad" featuring the oustanding Mozzy and Slim400 and "Goapele Frestyle" with Slim400.

He also put out "Twist My Fingaz" last summer, the somewhat slept-on but incredibly jamming single produced by Terrace Martin.

Still Krazy is still without a release date, but hopefully that will change soon. The Bompton rapper's debut My Krazy Life dropped almost exactly two years ago on March 18, 2014. The album featured the platinum single "My Nigga" and was widely thought of as one of the best mainstream releases of that year.

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