When the first Fan of a Fan dropped in 2010, the mixtape served as a breakthrough project for Tyga and a return to power for Chris Brown. Now nearly five years later the dynamic duo is back with “Ayo”, the first single from their long awaited sequel.
Originally planned to be released in January, “Ayo” comes a couple weeks early as a Christmas gift for fans who have been waiting a long time for Fan of a Fan 2. Despite the four year layoff, Breezy and Tyga’s chemistry is palpable still on “Ayo” which will serve as a nice tease of what’s to come from these two.
Listen to “Ayo” below.
His displeasure with Young Money was clearly evident during his Twitter rant about his label’s lack of interest to release The Gold Album. While there is no knowing how much longer Tyga will be part of YMCMB, it is obvious Tyga got the attention of his execs as he has finally released his highly anticipated single, “40 Mill”.
The details have been known about this Kanye West, Mike Dean-produced track for months now and now that “40 Mill” has dropped it is put up or shut up time for Tyga. With the hopes of getting some movement on his album, Tyga has to hope that this banger brings the attention back to T-Raww who was unable to so with Hotel California.
Listen to “40 Mill” below.
When you’ve become one of the hottest rappers in the game like Tyga, it would be very easy to take some time to relax. But Tyga is not ready to slow his roll as he continues his hustle “Erryday”.
The latest offering from Tyga’s upcoming project The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, “Erryday” brings back the mixtape T-Raw sound. While “Erryday” certainly bangs, this joint feels much more like a deep cut than a chart topping single but this joint will certainly fill out his album well.
Listen to “Erryday” below.
Weeks ago Kid Ink served up what we thought would be the only official “Main Chick (Remix)”. While the track did add Tyga to the mix, Ink figured he could do even more for his fans so this time around he brought in a slue of MC’s for what is now the new “Main Chick (Remix)”.
With so many similarities to Ink’s breakthrough hit, “Show Me” it should come as no surprise that “Main Chick” has taken off and earned the remix treatment. To join Kid, Breezy and Tyga this time around are French Montana, Yo Gotti and Lil Bibby who create quite the deadly six pack for this hot new “Main Chick (Remix)”.
Listen to “Main Chick (Remix)” below.
He is no one trick pony by any means but Tyga is at his finest when he is at the strip club. He has made his living on making tracks which have the ladies climbing up and sliding up down the pole and he has done it again with “Real Deal”.
With a flow which has some comparing him to Eminem on Relapse, Tyga may have found the track which gets everyone talking about The Gold Album. While it doesn’t bump as hard as his previous hits, “Real Deal” certainly an ominous vibe which will draw in listeners and get the club going and the same time.
Listen to “Real Deal” below.
Never one to be lacking confidence, Tyga is more than happy about his current position in the game. With another album on the way and being part of one of the hottest crews in hip-hop, Tyga isi sitting pretty and not worrying about the haters because him and YCMCB have one thing to tell them. “We Don’t Die”.
The newest single from Tyga’s upcoming project, The Gold Album, “We Don’t Die” brings out Tyga’s island vibes. With his own Jamaican accent and an unnamed lady on the hook, Tyga shows an all new side to himself on “We Don’t Die” which only adds to his ammunition as a rapper.
Listen to “We Don’t Die” below.
As quickly as they become the hottest group in the game, Danity Kane was left in shambles just as fast. Now the ladies are back minus one original member (soon to be two) and supported by a new label. They know there are going to face the haters with their return but Danity Kane is telling them to sip on some “Lemonade”.
Still with all the fire and talent which made them so successful on their first two albums, Danity Kane sounds like they didn’t take an extended hiatus on “Lemonade”. Tyga brings a guest verse and a fresh face to the group’s scene but it is the quartet who impresses the most on “Lemonade” as they leave a sour taste in the mouths of those who wrote their comeback off.
Listen to “Lemonade” below.