Tyga - "187" Mixtape
You know who's secretly the best? Tyga, that's who. He made "Rack City," making him the first guy to give DJ Mustard a shot at mainstream success, and his name stands for "Thank You God Always." On his new 187 mixtape, he seems really self-aware, rapping over A$AP Rocky's "Fuckin' Problem" saying, "They say Tyga only got like one hit/Shit, at least a nigga got a hit," thereby addressing the main gripe people have against him. Thank You God Always is a triumph of good taste always, rapping over Kanye's "Clique," Chief Keef's "Love Sosa," 2 Chainz'z "I'm Different," and Trinidad James's "All Gold Everything," in addition to a slew of other beats. Good job Tyga, thank you Tyga always.
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