"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.
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