The 27-year-old spitter has made some adjustments to his music after spending some time with the family back when he was still dating Kylie Jenner.
Tyga is always open for musical changes. While the rapper’s relationship with Kylie Jenner has ended, he claims that being in the Kardashian family’s spotlight has helped him reevaluate his music. He shares that the time he spent with the family has affected his musical approach and lyrical content.
“Being around that family really I wouldn’t say helped my brand, you know what I’m saying–business -wise or nothing like that–but I think it definitely put me in the light of more women being seen that their fan base is more female-driven,” he says. “You know so it kinds like made me reevaluate my music and kinds like how I move and carry myself I think.”
Tyga adds, “Making more female-driven music, tapping into that emotion and kinda like speaking from a male’s perspective on a lot of the situations that men go through with women and just that point of view of someone in my position, you know.”
A few weeks ago, the “Hookah” rapper released an album called “Bitch I’m the Shit 2“. The effort features sixteen tracks and boasts the appearances from Kanye West, Young Thug, Vince Staples, Quavo, Ty Dolla $ign and more.