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.
Jag Gundu/Getty Images In a post on his October's Very Own blog, Young Money rapper Drake debuted a new song titled 'Dreams Money Can Buy,' which is reportedly the intro to his forthcoming sophomore release, 'Take Care.' The Canadia... 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