Tyga's latest visuals for "U Cry" hint at "Kyoto's" emotional scope.
On February 16th, Tyga's Kyoto will emerge from the womb of Hajime Sorayama's mythical yet strangely sexy tigress-in-heat, thereby blessing the world with T-Raww's most personal work to date. While we've already been subjected to a few choice cuts, Tyga has continued the roll-out with another dose of visuals. This time, the recipient is the sensual slow-burner "U Cry," which finds Tyga lamenting at the head of a grand piano; he may or may not be manning the keys, it's too early to tell.
The Arrad Rahgoshay directed visuals weave a tale of one who loved and lost, of isolation and appreciation for the finer things. Case in point, Tyga's fictional girlfriend could probably lead to a few real-life break-up ballads. The track and accompanying video give a larger sense of Kyoto's thematic scope, and if you've been following Tyga since day one, you might be advised to brace yourselves.