Yo YG, I'm happy for you and I'ma let you finish, but Boosie already made the best rap song ever about angrily jerking off in a jail cell!
My Krazy Life is probably gonna end up as the best "ridin' in a Fiat, lookin' for a biatch" CD of 2014, but it pains me to see YG & DJ Mustard get caught up in the cockamamie notion that all rap full lengths now have to subscribe to some sort of highfalutin artistic narrative that sacrifices songs like When I Was Gone, I'm 4rm Bompton, Fuck You, and Sprung just because they don't fit into the grand AlbumOrientatedRap theme of "a day in the life of YG".
It's admirable that YG & Mustard have aspired to make a modern correlative of Doggy Style, and while it's unfair to compare the practice of putting albums together in eras that are separated by a 21 year gap and vast technological changes in the way music is consumed, there is no way in Hell that Dre & Snoop would have ever let two songs as good as I'm 4rm Bompton and When I Was Gone end up being relegated to bonus tracks. YG not having a posse cut with his homies like When I Was Gone on the non-deluxe version of My Krazy Life is akin to Doggy Style with no For All My N*ggaz & Bitches, and that's why all the forthcoming reviews of My Krazy Life which praise it for its "artistry" and/or "narrative" can suck a big fat dick.
Still, that 5 song run from Left Right to Do It To Ya, huh?