Many have waited for the release of Tyga‘s Careless World for month now and finally last week, the YMCMB rapper’s sophomore album was released, but not without more controversy. The album was not initially released in stores because of an unauthorized sample from a Martin Luther King Jr. speech. However, the issue has been resolved an the album can be picked up everywhere music is sold.
Those who have already gotten themselves a copy may have been surprised about some of the tracks on the disk. Tyga seemed to get many of the stripclub anthems out of his system on his mixtape #BitchImTheShit and released much more personal music on Careless World.
A perfect example is the track “Let It Show” which features fellow hip-hop star, J. Cole. The track is a smooth, developed, and personal (for Tyga’s standards) four minutes that makes us realize that there is much more to Tyga than “Rack City”.