Tyga - Keep Your Head Up

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Tyga
Producer:
Jon Famous
Album:
Slaughterhouse Mixtape

When Tyga stepped inside the Booth for his exclusive interview, he explained that he believes in giving one hundred and ten percent in his every endeavor.  On his new song, Keep Your Head Up, the young emcee explains that when life pitches us curveballs, that extra ten percent goes a long way. Showcasing his vocal skills on hook, the new Young Money superstar professes that he wouldn’t have conquered life’s struggles without faith, strength and a grind-oriented mindset.  Cali producer Jon Famous’s laid-back, acoustic beat is the perfect platform for Tyga to let us know how he truly feels. Following the release of his debut, No Introduction, the rapper born Michael Stevenson is set to drop The Slaughterhouse Mixtape in the next month or so.

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