It's going to be a very hot summer, music-wise, and YG wants in. Following a big performance at the 2018 BET Awards, the Bompton rapper has announced the release date for his forthcoming album, Stay Dangerous, on Monday (June 25).

YG announced the release date via Instagram post. Uploading a photo of himself and Meek Mill on the red carpet at the award show on Sunday (June 24), he captioned the pic, "STAY DANGEROUS. AUGUST 3rd 2018 😈😈😈😈😈😈."

This comes on the heels of the rapper announcing a fashion show and live concert to take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Aug. 5.

The My Krazy Life rapper has been building momentum for the project since he announced it over NBA All-Star Weekend, at his The Boogie All-Star Weekend event. "Listen, I got a public service announcement and then I got one more motherfuckin' song," the Cali rapper started. "If y'all one of my real fans, y'all gon' be really motherfuckin' happy about this shit. It's been a long time coming. My new motherfuckin' album on the motherfuckin' way, Stay Dangerous, got damn it."

The Cali MC has already dropped the single, "Suu Whoop." He recently released the high-powered follow-up single, "Big Bank," which features Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz and Big Sean. His last LP, Still Brazy, dropped back in 2016.

Check out YG's announcement about his album and the album-release events below.

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