YG and DJ Mustard are set to release their first collaborative effort since 2014’s My Krazy Life. The two had a short rift over money issues – that’s why there are no Mustard beats on Still Brazy – before the two reunited, in person, at this year’s Coachella.

Now they’ve announced 400 Summers, an album-turned-free mixtape. No more details than their pair of respective tweets, but considering the accolades My Krazy Life received it is has the potential to make bigger waves than Still Brazy.

Even though YG is cool with Mustard now, he may still have some credit matters to settle elsewhere. Earlier this week, legendary L.A. producer DJ Quik claimed he was suing YG and his management company for not receiving acknowledgment for recording and engineering YG’s hit ‘My Nigga’. The standoff has made Quik worried about the future of recording:

“I’m just disappointed that [YG] didn’t even give me – or the other engineers in the studio – the simple engineer credit. That’s just disrespectful,” he told Billboard. “Those kids are in there working for that credit. They hear the record on the radio all the time! All they’ve got is that credit – that’ll get them more work on other projects. That’s how this business works. We can’t keep fucking over the studio world. If they go out of business, music is gonna go to hell.”



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