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Tyga – 4 My Dawgs (Feat Lil Wayne)

Tyga 4 My Dawgs Feat Lil Wayne

As a complete surprise, Tyga released The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty on Spotify earlier today and like he confirmed at the end of 2014, there is a Lil Wayne feature included.

Weezy is featured on a song called “4 My Dawgs“. However, he is only performing the hook and doesn’t have a verse.

You can listen to “4 My Dawgs” after the jump below that samples Gerard McMann and Michael Mainieri’s “Cry Little Sister“!

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Tyga Says Lil Wayne Will Be Featured On His “The Gold Album”

Tyga Says Lil Wayne Will Be Featured On His The Gold Album

Even though he wants to leave Young Money and go independent, Tyga still has respect for his boss Lil Wayne. We seen so earlier this month when T-Raww called Wayne a legend for his tweets about wanting to leave Cash Money, because it seems that Ty is having the same problems with YM as what Wayne is having with CM.

Anyways, yesterday on Twitter Tyga confirmed that Weezy F Baby will be featured on his upcoming The Gold Album, due to be released digitally on January 27th, 2015. If you wish to pre-order Tygaman‘s project, you can do so online here!

Who is excited to hear a new collaboration from these two? You may remember that Tune was previously featured on the intro song “500 Degrees” off Tyga‘s latest album, Hotel California, which dropped last year.

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Lil Wayne Speaks On Kanye West Executive Producing Tyga’s Upcoming Album [Video]

In the clip above, MTV speak to Tyga and Lil Wayne about Kanye West executive producing Ty‘s upcoming album, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, which currently has no release date.

Tyga: “I met Kanye like six years ago and it’s always been cool. Every time we chopped it up or been around each other it’s always been cool vibin’, and he was just like, ‘yo, man I’ll produce your joint. I’ll produce your joint if you want me to,’ and I was just like hell yeah man, that’s a blessing.”

Lil Wayne: “Fuck him! Because he didn’t tell me he was doing that. Why he ain’t come executive produce my album, man fuck that nigga! Nah man, that’s the homie, so you already know what that’s gonna do. Anything ‘Ye touches is gold, and it’s the Gold album, but let’s hope we do more than gold though.”