Tyga ft. Game - Switch Lanes

Posted 3 years ago
Tags: Tyga , Hitmaker
Featuring:
Producer:
Laze & Royal
Album:
Well Done 3

After diving head first into the music scene less than 6 years ago, Young Money‘s Rack City-residing golden boy Tyga has surely lived it up in the fast lane; so why would he want to Switch Lanes? The tatted-up emcee does just that, however, on Switch Lanes, with the help of current DJBooth chart-topper Game. Previously featured on Tyga’s Well Done 3 mixtape, Lanes is a bouncy, bass-driven cut that’s heavily West Coast-inspired thanks to boardwork from artist/production duo Laze & Royal. Lyrically, Switch Lanes is swagger-drenched as Tyga pays ode to the Jigga Man and Jermaine Dupri as he boasts, “Arm out the window, screaming money ain’t a thing.” Also swagger-drenched? The Compton spitter’s Well Done 3 project, which was released back in August.

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