How Tyga Became Rap’s Comeback Kid
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How Tyga Became Rap’s Comeback Kid

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It’s been 10 years since Tyga broke onto the Billboard Hot 100 with “Coconut Juice,” after which he joined Lil Wayne’s Young Money label. Since then, his career has seen its share of ups and downs, but the California rapper has experienced a resurgence in 2018. This started with “Taste,” his first Hot 100 hit in three years. His follow-up collab “Kream” with Iggy Azalea debuted at No. 96, and his latest single “SWISH” could soon be a hit as well.

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