Published on June 18th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
Tyga Makes It “Haute” With Chris Brown & J Balvin
Tyga recently dropped off his new album “Legendry” and after successfully making it back into our good graces with an impressive comeback, T-Raw is riding with a lot of momentum. So far, we’ve heard a couple of songs that are expected to make it onto Legendary, including “Taste” with Offset, and a new single has just arrived with a fresh video and two noteworthy collaborations.
Tyga‘s new song “Haute” has officially arrived with features from J Balvin and his frequent collaborator Chris Brown. This cut is much like the previous singles we’ve heard from the California-based rapper. “Haute” is another strip club banger and it’s sure to go off in the summer. Imagine listening to this with the windows down on a sunny evening. It sets itself with a strong West Coast beat and enough to keep us interested throughout. As you would likely expect in the video, there’s a lot of partying and ample amounts of booty.
Additionally, Tyga is featured on “All I Want Is” off Chris’ upcoming album Indigo, which drops June 28. On Friday, Tyga dropped his new album, Legendary, which has a host of features such as Lil Wayne, Blueface, Swae Lee, Gunna, A Boogie, Offset, and Bazzi. The clip was directed by Arrad, who captures the fellas surrounded by a barrage of women while living their best life, complete with fire dancers and a cameo from Tyga’s son Cairo. All three bring a dose of their respective talents, creating something quite contagious, and one single we’ll surely be hearing a lot more of. The trio serves up a solid new single, building even more hype for Legendary in the process.
“I look at it more as a playlist, and if you want those vibes or if you want a certain vibe and summertime is really, that’s when music is at its peak, when people are looking for those vibes to go out, road trips, people graduating,” Tyga said of the songs compiled for his follow-up to KYOTO, his 2018 album that garnered quite a bit of attention off the cover art alone.
Tyga also spoke on his aforementioned early days further developing under the wings of Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz, noting that getting unanimous praise for versatility isn’t as important as getting feedback in general.
“I think it’s something to where it’s, like, we just want feedback,” he said. “You work hard and you wanna share the feeling with other people . . . That’s kinda, like, what excites me.”