I feel like every time Tyga comes back out, his content gets magically tougher.
Tyga, Chief Keef and A.E. pretty much share “100’s,” but in my opinion, it’s Tyga that sticks out the most to me on it. However, with the main topics of the song revolving around drugs, money, and illegal behavior, Chief Keef’s hood authentic ways definitely helps with the overall grunginess of what you hear.
“100’s” could definitely be one of those low-key club bangers that no one really knows the words to, but it plays in the background while you assess the talent.