Young Money rapper Tyga's long-awaited sophomore album, 'Careless World: Rise of the Last King,' was released on Feb. 21, debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, despite a recall of the physical release, due to an uncleared Martin Luther King sample.
While it is unclear how the sample of King's legendary 'I Have a Dream' speech went uncleared, and the physical release was removed from shelves for several days, it still sold 61,000 units, 83 percent of which were sold digitally.
You may recall this leaking late last year under the title “Ish Illa”. It has now been officially released as “Cold Stares”, the lead single from Nosaj Thing’s upcoming album Fated, due May 5th. Previously: Action Bronson ft. Chance... Read Post
Mindy Small, FilmMagic Tyga serves a set of action-packed new visuals for 'Rack City,' a single that will be featured on his sophomore release, 'Careless World: Rise of the Last King,' due Jan. 24. The Young Money rhymer, joined by ... Read Post