With a single called "40 Mill," you would definitely expect a lavish music video. Tyga doesn't disappoint for the latest music video off his anticipated album The Gold Album, with a host of red luxury vehicles and a massive mansion in the hills.
Tyga recently unveiled the DONDA-designed cover art for his new album The Gold Album, and appropriately, the album art design was reportedly made out of real gold. After airing out frustrations with his Young Money/Cash Money label, and claiming he was tryin
With Tyga's The Gold Album slated to arrive within the month (January 27th to be precise), it looks like a video for the Kanye West-produced single "40 Mill" is on its way. We've just received a behind the scenes look at the upcoming visuals.
We all know that Tyga's a huge fan of Ancient Egyptian culture. Maybe it's the fact that he once dropped $20,000 on an Egyptian tomb, or his pharaoh-inspired Last Kings hats, but suffice it to say that T-Raww's an Egyptophile.
Tyga and Chris Brown previously teamed up for a mixtape called Fan Of A Fan in 2010, and though they announced that the second installment would be released as an album, we still haven't gotten it yet.
The pissing contest between Drake and Tyga continues today with yet another not-so-subtle shot from the latter. As reported by TMZ, Tyga has cast Drake's ex-chick Dollicia Bryan as his co-star in the upcoming "Make It Work" video.
Since Tyga went on a tweeting spree about his dissatisfaction with Young Money a few weeks ago, we haven't heard any updates about his label (or for that matter, album) status, but a new interview with VIBE may offer some clues.
The past week hasn't been going very smoothly for Tyga, as he just tweeted his frustrations with his label and claimed they were "holding [him] hostage." But it now seems as though his comments may have spurred a change, as "40 Mill," the hotly-anticipated s
Of all the tracks Tyga's shared in 2014, "Real Deal" has been the one getting us the most amped for The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, which drops later this year. Today, T-Raww has shared visuals for the strip club anthem.
Though the news of Tyga dropping out of Wiz Khalifa's ongoing "Under The Influence" tour surely made some of his fans pretty disappointed, they've now got something to look forward to as a consolation prize.
"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?