10 Things You Should Know About YG’s Debut Album, ‘My Krazy Life’ khari February 20, 2014 Hip Hop News | Trending Hip Hop Stories, Uncategorized THE LAST SONG FEATURES A GOSPEL-LIKE CHORUS FROM TY DOLLA $IGN AND SAXOPHONES BY TERRACE MARTIN. NO COMPLAINTS HERE Intros and outros are tricky. The first song of an album is supposed to do several things. It’s meant to be a pre-cursor to the rest of the album–a showcase of what to expect of sorts–and also set the theme of the body of work. An outro is supposed to be the finishing touch. The final brushstroke an artist places on the work they’re most proud of; it should provide the listener with a wholesome feel of the album…a finished product. YG‘s “Sorry Momma” semi-accomplishes that, but not without the help of newcomer Ty Dolla $ign and famed pseudo jazz-hip-hop artist Terrace Martin. The soulful combination of Dolla’s auto-tune-assisted voice and Martin’s blaring sax make “Sorry Momma” a very fitting final moment.