No Introduction - Tyga Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap / Artist: Tyga / Audio CD released 2008-06-10 at Decaydance / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Diamond Li ... more
No Introduction - Tyga ... Life - PAttYCraSH, Tyga
2 Coconut Juice - Travis "Schleprok" McCoy, Tyga
3 Supersize Me
4 Don't Regret It Now - Patrick Stump, Tyga
5 Pillow Talkin'
7 First Timers
10 Press 7
12 2 AM
13 Est. (80's Baby)
Newest Review: ... It Now (featuring Patrick Stump) 5 Pillow Talkin' 6 AIM 7 First Timers (featuring Evan Taubenfeld) 8 Cartoonz 9 ... more
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Customer No Introduction - Tyga Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/09/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
No Introduction was the first album to be released by the Young Money rapper Tyga in 2008. Being the cousin of lead Gym Class Heroes vocalist Travis McCoy high things were expected from young Tyga Tyga. No Introduction track list: 1 Diamond Life (featuring Patty Crash) 2 Coconut Juice (featuring Travie McCoy) 3 Supersize Me 4 Don't Regret It Now (featuring Patrick Stump) 5 Pillow Talkin' 6 AIM 7 First Timers (featuring Evan Taubenfeld) 8 Cartoonz 9 Summertime 10 Press 7 (featuring Alex DeLeon) 11 Woww 12 2 AM 13 Est. (80's Baby) 14 I Am (iTunes bonus track)(featuring ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/09, updated on 13/05/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Gym Class Heroes' Travis McCoy introduced his cousin, Tyga, into the game in 2008, with his album "No Introduction", featuring the likes of Lil' Wayne, Patrick Stump, and of course Travis himself. The Californian performs something unlike the norm out on the West Coast as he is more of a Pop Rapper than a Gangsta Rap artist. 1. "Diamond Life" To get things underway, you immediately see how his work sounds like a fusion of the Pop Rap, with the kind of Pop Punk that both Gym Class Heroes and Fall Out Boy Perform with the Hipster rap movement, but it sounds like a watered down of this all to a the kind of standard which the fellow ... Read the complete review
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