Today, Grammy Award-nominated multiplatinum modern hip-hop icon Tyga releases his brand-new collaboration “Money Mouf” with Saweetie and YG.
Featuring a banging beat and fire flutes, Tyga instructs us to put our money where our mouth at until Saweetie taps in to drop her blaring bars and YG comes through with his signature swag.
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“Money Mouf” follows Tyga’s slew of slamming summer singles “Ibiza” and “Vacation,” where the hip-hop superstar gave away 10 all-expenses-paid vacations to individuals who spent the last six months bettering our world either in the face of the Global Pandemic or by standing up for equality. Additionally, he personally contributed $50,000 to crucial causes, donating $25,000 to the National Bail Out Fund and $25,000 to AWARE-LA.
As a rapper, entrepreneur, and influential force, Tyga maintains his place at the forefront of hip-hop and the culture. Since emerging in 2008, his influence consistently grew year after year to affect nearly every facet of the mainstream. Throughout his career, he earned dozens of multiplatinum certifications around the world, including the quadruple-platinum “Rack City,” triple-platinum “Faded,” and double-platinum “Ayo” with Chris Brown, to name a few. In 2018, he turned up with his most successful single to date “Taste” [feat. Offset]. Not only did it go six-times platinum and clinch #8 on the Billboard Hot 100, but it generated over 1 billion cumulative streams. It also paved the way for his 2019 opus, Legendary, released via his own Last Kings Records/Empire Distribution. Legendary crashed the Top 20 on the Top 200 chart, scored a gold certification release week, and accumulated 5 billion streams in under a year. Tyga perennially holds a place in the Top 30 of the “Most Streamed Artists on Spotify.” His influence continues to grow with each subsequent album.