Los Angeles, CA – The Los Angeles City Council has declared June 19 as “Mustard Day” in honor the famed producer’s tireless dedication to his community.
A ceremony was held last Wednesday (June 19) at the City Hall chambers where ficials made the announcement and helped celebrate Mustard’s newly-filled role as an ambassador for the Boys & Girls Club Metro Los Angeles.
“I never would have imagined having a day in the city I was born and raised in,” Mustard said during the ceremony. “I am just super grateful and happy that I could even be named, or have a day in this city, because everything I do is for the city.”
Mustard continued by elaborating on his role and excitement for his new position as a Boys & Girls Club ambassador.
“I am truly excited to support the Boys & Girls Clubs Metro Los Angeles,” he noted. “They are truly doing the important work to prepare youth to graduate from high school with a plan to support them in becoming the next generation leaders in our community. Mentors, like my Uncle Tyrei, helped me see the possibilities a career in music and production — I want to do the same for thousands youth at the Clubs and help them fulfill their own personal dreams.”
On the music side, Mustard is coming f the release two singles, “On GOD” and “100 Bands.” The former features YG, Tyga, A$AP Rocky and Ferg while the latter includes the lineup Quavo, 21 Savage, YG and Meek Mill.
Mustard is scheduled to release his next album, Perfect 10, on June 28.