I feel like every time Tyga comes back out, he gets magically tougher in content.
Tyga, Chief and A.E. pretty much share the song, but Tyga’s star appeal clearly sticks out the most. The talk of the song is about drugs, money, and illegal behavior, which is probably why he needed Chief Keef on here to solidify its authenticness.
This could definitely be one of those lowkey club bangers that no one really knows the words to, but it plays in the background while you assess the talent.
OVERALL RATING (4.8/5)