Tyga’s ‘Careless World’ Debut Pushed Back Again
Tyga sophomore solo effort and Young Money debut, Careless World: Rise of the Last King, has been delayed once again. The young rapper’s album was slated to be released this past November, but was then pushed to December, and appeared to finally be coming out on January 24. However, according to Rap-Up, the project has been delayed and a new release date has not been revealed as of yet.
The album’s lead single Rack City, which was produced by DJ Mustard, has done remarkably well. The song jumped from 40 to 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week and has peaked at the number 24 spot on the Top Hip-Hop Songs chart. Tyga is currently prepping for the release of the project’s second single, Faded, featuring Lil Wayne.
“This album will show a lot of growth in the music and a lot of maturity,” said Tyga during a recent interview with ThisIs50.com. “People are gonna definitely understand who I am more as an artist. Mixtapes are more like party, talkin’ sh*t type records that you just put together. This is my first real project that I’m putting together that has a theme.”
Careless World: Rise of the Last King reportedly features collaborations with his Young Money members Drake and Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, Big Sean, Robin Thicke, Busta Rhymes and Nas.