After Tyga went on a short Twitter rant leveraging blame at his label for an album delay and “holding [him] hostage,” the Compton-born emcee’s long-since-announced Kanye West produced “40 Mill” was released this week. Young New York upstart Bobby Shmurda follows his viral summer hit with a bonafide second single, possibly slated for a soon-to-come debut. And a collaboration between Wiz Khalifa and wrestler John Cena teases the upcoming soundtrack to WWE 2K15 and lands in the Top 3 in the process.
Elsewhere on the list, a BET Awards cypher featuring Logic and Dee-1 climbed above the rest, DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9 leak another single off their upcoming project, and a long-coming collaboration between Lil Wayne and Young Thug is released.
Tyga Disses YMCMB And Releases “40 Mill”
Late last week, Tyga took to his Twitter account to blame his label for a series of delays in his album release. “Gold album been done,” he wrote before complaining about not having a release date. “my label holding me hostage so i can’t release nothing. might just leak it for fans then let them $ off it.” Shortly after, Lil Twist added on his own complaints for YMCMB and his current management team.
Just days after venting his frustrations, Tyga’s awaited single “40 Mill” was released, backed by a trio of producers responsible for executive producing Gold, “40 Mill” was produced by Kanye West, Mike Dean, and, Jess Jackson. “I don’t wanna be famous / Flip a finger, middle finger, let’em know that I’m dangerous / All my niggas bangers, Chevy ridin’ swingers / And my bitch’ll fight ya, Hillary Swanka ya,” he raps in the song’s second verse.
For more coverage on Tyga and Lil Twist’s recent rift with their label, watch the DX Daily below.
Bobby Shmurda Returns With “Bobby Bitch”
Following up his summer anthem “Hot Nigga,” Bobby Shmurda finally let loose a second single this week. The Dondre produced “Bobby Bitch” was previewed on Instagram before its release and will presumably be placed on the young emcee’s debut album. “And I’m shootin’ niggas left to right if they ain’t steppin’ right,” he raps to start the second verse, “My lil nigga keep that weapon tight, he’ll leave you dead on sight.”
Earlier this week, the Brooklyn rapper complained about not being paid properly for a string of show performances. “Nah idgaf I’m doing all theses show not getting ma money dey got me doing shit every fucking day so its hard to keep up Witt dis shit den I ain’t got nobody to trust ain’t no help in dis bitch I’m ready to go back to da trap be4 jail #RNS dats how I feel foh,” he wrote on Instagram.
Wiz Khalifa And John Cena Team Up For “WWE 2K15” Soundtrack
With the latest edition of Visual Concepts and Yuke’s WWE 2K series set for release on November 18, the video-game’s soundtrack will be released next week. Giving fans a preview earlier this week, a collaboration between John Cena and Wiz Khalifa builds up “All Day.” Cena announced on Twitter that “All Day” is just one of two collaborations with Wiz Khalifa, both set to live exclusively on the WWE 2K15 soundtrack. “Cause I’m a real one, that’s all day, foreign cars, that’s all day,” Wiz raps during the song’s hook, providing the track’s title in the process. Cena drops off a verse himself, even referencing Chicago emcee Common in the process. “We all day fam, hotter than a sauna / I’m not from Chi city but I’m common on the corner,” he raps.
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