YG unbuckles his belt and slides down his jeans to right below his hip joint — just enough to show the oatmeal-colored bandages covering his fresh bullet wounds. On June 12, the Compton, Calif., rapper born Keenon Jackson, 25, was shot after a recording session in Studio City, where he was working on a second album he revealed to Billboard will be named Still Krazy, the follow-up to My Krazy Life (home to the top 20 smash “My Hitta” and widely hailed as one of 2014’s best rap albums). Seven days after the shooting, YG, previewing his new album at a West Hollywood studio, leans down — he’s already able to walk around without crutches — and whispers: “Listen to this track real good. It’s about the situation that happened.”

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