Tyga is in the news once more today, and once again, it's not on a positive note. The rapper, who recently dropped The Gold Album for free on Spotify enraging Birdman, is now being sued by his former business partner.
A while back, former Last Kings designer Glennon Marrero sued his former business partner Tyga for $10,900, claiming that he was never paid for his deisgns that were used by the company.
Honey Cocaine Reveals Artwork For "Like A Drug" Mixtape, Clarifies Tyga Affiliation [Update: Tracklist Revealed] Oct 17, 2014 at 05:47pm
On Monday we premiered the first look from Honey Cocaine's recently-announced mixtape, Like A Drug. The female Toronto native got the ball rolling for the mixtape with "Curve Ball" produced by DJ ASAP.
"We Don't Die" is the latest release from Tyga, produced by Dupri with an unidentified female vocalist providing backup vocals. There's a definite reggae influence here, with T-Raww appropriating Jamaican patois on the hook. Think he handled it well?
Today we're introducing you to a new signee of Tyga's burgeoning Last Kings label. As you may already know, T-Raww signed female rapper and Toronto native Honey Cocaine. Now we've learned of a new rapper attached to the Last Kings movement, King Trell.
Tyga is prepared to bring his Last Kings branding and label to the next level, with the opening of his new Last Kings flagship store in L.A. T-Raww spared no expense to decorate the store, dropping more than $120,000 on it.