YG and Tyga attend YG's All Red Upscale Birthday Celebration at Melrose Place on March 08, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
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Tyga and YG's Highly-Anticipated Joint Album Is Compilation of California Club Bangers

Tyga and YG made good on their promise to release their joint album, but they canceled their "Str8 to the Klub" tour. Read for more details.


Oct. 6 2023, Published 4:59 p.m. ET

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In early 2023, West Coast rappers Tyga and YG revealed they were teaming up for a joint album. The announcement was made during their performance at Rolling Loud, and fans went wild. In late September, the duo finally made good on their promise.

They spent several months in the creative kitchen cooking up their collaborative album — Hit Me When U Leave the Klub: The Playlist — which is now available for streaming.

The star-studded lineup of features on the project only heightened the anticipation surrounding its release. But this isn't the first time the duo has worked together.

Rappers Tyga and YG perform onstage during Rolling Loud Los Angeles
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West Coast rappers Tyga and YG's joint album is comprised of certified club bangers.

Tyga and YG have proven their synergy in the past. Their 2019 collaboration, "Go Loko," marked a milestone in their journey. The single debuted at #71 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Eventually, it peaked at #49. This melodic gem found its home on YG's album 4Real 4Real.

"Growing up in L.A., it's a really big culture here. Even YG could tell you he grew up around all Mexicans, so we really wanted to do something to give back to the culture," Tyga previously told the Recording Academy (per Hot New Hip Hop.) This fusion of cultures and musical talents proved to be a winning formula that found its way to their latest project.

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The album rollout has been fascinating. First, they debuted their lively hit "West Coast Weekend," featuring Blxst.

A week later, they treated us to the infectious melodies of "PLATINUM," and later, they dropped their third joint creation of the year, "PARTy T1M3." They also recently featured Lil Wayne on their release entitled "Brand New." The collab was an impressive display of wordplay and double entendres.

But neither Tyga nor YG are new to the rap game — they're true to it.

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Here's a timeline of Tyga and YG's rise to fame.

Tyga, whose real name is Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, first gained prominence with his debut album No Introduction in 2008. However, it was his 2011 release, "Rack City," that catapulted him to international stardom. The infectious single became a chart-topping hit.

It was then that Tyga's knack for crafting catchy hooks and memorable lyrics became apparent. Subsequent albums like Careless World: Rise of the Last King and Hotel California only solidified the Young Money affiliate's place in pop culture.

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YG, born Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson, rose to prominence with his debut studio album, "My Krazy Life," in 2014.

The album, which included hits like "My N****" and "Who Do You Love," showcased YG's unfiltered storytelling abilities. His music often reflects his experiences growing up in Compton, Calif., and he has remained true to his roots throughout his career.

YG and Tyga's "Str8 to the Klub" tour was canceled.

YG and Tyga were supposed to be accompanied by Saweetie on their "Str8 to the Klub" tour. And then it got canceled all of a sudden. Many fans of the West Coast rappers were disappointed by the news, but others were just glad that the album finally dropped.

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The tour was originally scheduled to happen in late 2023 with planned stops in various states — including but not limited to California, Washington, Colorado, Oregon, and Nevada. Sadly, it looks like fans will have to wait.

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