"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?
Let us know what you think, folks. This is somewhat of a different lane for the Gardena, California emcee.
The last we heard of Tyga was he and Game's Lil' Durk diss "ChiRaq To L.A.," which you can listen to here if you somehow missed it. His new project The Gold Album is coming soon, although it's unclear whether "We Don't Die" will be included on it or not. Stay tuned, and keep up with him via Twitter, if you wish: @Tyga.
I'm tryna live honest
Only time can tell what's timeless
Rolexes and diamonds
When I die, that casket better cost a hundred thou'
Shut the fuck up, let me spend it
Livin' for right now