It's Tyga season? Sure, it's Tyga season. Earlier this month, the West Coast rapper dropped off his latest album, Legendary. If you happened to miss this Tyga-ism, then do not fret, because Tyga seemingly forgot all about this album, too.
"It’s crazy, I don’t write down anything so I make it up as I go," Tyga told Variety in response to being asked to name the lyric he is most proud of on the album. "I don’t even remember. [Laughs] I couldn’t tell you lyric for lyric unless I was listening to the song."
Well, that's okay, Tyga. The album dropped with a majority thud, and outside of YG's "Go Loko," which sports a guest 16 from the 29-year-old, the mean streets of the internet have had little to say about Tyga or his Legendary album. At least the album is not as objectively offensive as Kyoto.
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As fun as it is to ribald Tyga, we do have to commend him for bringing Latin trap stars onto his album and introducing them to the greater state-side audience. Not all heroes wear capes, not all albums named Legendary are inherently failures.