How many Colin Tilley-directed YMCMB videos have we seen this year? Yesterday, Tyga released one for a track titled “HiJack,” featuring 2 Chainz, that differs from much of the director’s other work.

You can tell that Tyga gets a kicks out of making these videos. The YMCMB rapper drops a visual for “Don’t Hate Tha Playa” off of his forthcoming  Black Thoughts 3 mixtape.

Tyga debuts a visual for “Show You,” the fourth single from his sophomore effort Hotel California. Since this cut is dedicated to the ladies, the YMCMB affiliate reached out the current king of autotune and croon, Future, for support.

Tyga finally releases the visuals for “For The Road” featuring Chris Brown, which if from the YMCMB rapper’s Hotel California album.

Tyga will continue to bring Hotel California album to life visually with “For the Road,” featuring Chris Brown. The YMCMB representer recently reconnected with the singer-dancer to shoot the treatment for the cut, and of course someone had their handy-dandy cellular device on deck to snap a few behind the scenes photos.

Rick Ross may have a lot of people upset over his lyrics on Rocko’s now infamous “U.O.E.N.O.” track, but he’s also got some people in his corner. The latest rapper to come to his defense is Tyga.

When will the molly references stop? The answer would be no time soon, if you’re gauging from Tyga‘s latest single, aptly titled “Molly,” featuring Wiz Khalifa and Mally Mall.

Tupac is back, sort of. Tyga resurrects some old Pac vocals for his new single “Hit Em Up,” which also features Jadakiss. 

YMCMB’s Tyga drops his Chris Brown assisted single, “F-ck For The Road,” from his forthcoming Hotel California album.

YMCMB and Last Kings artist, Tyga, is getting ready to drop his third solo album and second effort under Birdman and Slim’s watch called Hotel California.

Tyga has pushed back the release date of his Hotel California album. The project will not come out later in the spring.

Now that the mixtapes have run their course, Tyga unveils new visuals for “Dope,” the first single from his forthcoming album Hotel California. The track interpolates patented gentleman’s club friendly hi-hat and synths the YMCMB rapper is known for with the bass line and chords used on Dr. Dre and Snoop’s “Deep Cover,” giving it that straight West […]