Tyga finally drops his long anticipated “Careless World” album. I hope Tyga finally got his break on this album and he finally gets noticed for his hard work, check out what I got to say about this album after the jump.
1. “Careless World” – This track is a perfect intro track to his album, it starts out with Tyga slowly rapping and the beat being calm then he hits you with fast rhymes and the beat changes. I love that in a track because some tracks get old if you don’t have an interesting flow or anything to keep my attention.
2. “Lil Homie” feat. Pharrell – This track for me wasn’t that good. I really didn’t like the hook, Pharrell was the wrong choice for the hook, Tyga did pretty well on his verses and the beat is pretty good. This track could have been better if Pharrell wasn’t in it.
3. “Muthaf**ka Up” feat. Nicki Minaj – This track is more of an up tempo type of track, the beat sounds familiar and I’m not really feeling it that much. Tyga is rapping about the same stuff, the track really has no substance in it. Nicki Minaj then does her verse and she does her thing, I really liked that she didn’t use that stupid voice that she usually uses. This track doesn’t really have a hook either it just seems like a freestyle track and that’s a bad thing because this is an album not a mixtape and I think that’s what Tyga gets mixed up with.
5. “Do It All” – After hearing “Muthaf**ka Up” and then going to this it seems like this album is all over the place. But this track is really good, I’m feeling the production a lot and the hook is very smooth. The verses are a little different, its good that Tyga switched it up on this track.
6. “I’m Gone” feat. Big Sean – This track started out dope, Tyga’s verse is really good, The production is on point. I felt like Tyga could have made a better hook though. Big Sean then starts his verse and he kills it, if it wasn’t for him this track would have not ended up on my iPod.
7. “For The Fame” feat. Chris Brown & Wynter Gordon – Now this track is amazing, I can see this being Tyga’s next single. I don’t what it is but every time Chris Brown and Tyga get on the same track it’s always sounds like a hit and more then likely will be a hit. Chris Brown does his thing on the hook and even Wynter Gordon adds her two cents and makes it even better. The production is on point too.
9. “Potty Mouth” feat. Busta Rhymes – This track is very good, I like Tyga’s verses, I love Busta’s part he snapped and the production just randomly switched up which is dope as hell. These are the type of tracks that make me like Tyga.
10. “Faded” feat. Lil Wayne – This track sort of reminds me of Rack City because the hook repeats and the beat sort sounds like Rack City in its own way. The hook is what really makes me dislike this track, I think Tyga did this thing and Wayne did his thing but this song isn’t that good.
11. “Rack City” – This track was Tyga’s first major hit and I can see why, the hook is simple and the beat is banging and that alone can get you a hit nowadays. But I’m not really a fan of this track it’s just not my type of Tyga tracks I like, the hook pisses me off a lot too because of it repeating.
12. “Black Crowns” – I think this is one of the best tracks on the album. The production, hook, verses are all on point and the best part of this track is in the end when Tyga’s mother comments on his new album and congratulates him on his success. I think he deserves it he put in a lot of work and this track shows that.
13. “Celebration” feat. T-Pain – This track didn’t really stand out to me much, production was okay, hook was alright, verses were alright.
14. “Far Away” feat. Chris Richardson – This track I really like and I love that it became a single. The hook is very good, the verses are actually meaningful and the production is on point. I’m surprised this track didn’t blow up at all.
16. “This Is Like” feat. Robin Thicke - This track is very smooth and I love it. The production sounds very smooth, Robin Thicke just makes this whole song. On top of this Tyga kills his verses and this track is just meant to be in your car and for you to drive when you don’t have a care in the world. One of the best tracks on the album.
17. “King and Queens” feat. Wale & Nas – I sort of expected this track to have a crazy beat just based off the title but instead I get another smooth joint and it isn’t bad actually. The hook could have been way better but overall the verses from each rapper is good and the track bumps.
18. “Let It Show” feat. J. Cole – Another smooth joint, the hook is good, Tyga does his thing on his verses and J. Cole just made the track better.
19. “Love Game” – This is a track I sort of didn’t expect from Tyga, it has a different sound to it for me and the hook is very different. In his verses he talks about some crazy things and good things at that. The track is super long too, I’m not feeling the ending though.
20. “Lay You Down” feat. Lil Wayne – This track is sort of sounding the same as most of the other smooth joints. It has a some nice verses though that really express how Tyga feels about certain things, the person on hook makes it amazing. Lil Wayne’s verse was short and had nothing to do with the track at all in my opinion he wasn’t even needed on this track.
21. “Light Dreams” feat. Marsha Ambrosius – Another smooth joint, Tyga’s verses reflect on his life and just life issues. I’ve heard it a little too much on this album but it’s never a bad thing.
- Tyga presents this album as a party/club album but it’s completely different, the tracklist is poorly done in my opinion, it jumps from crazy hyped up tracks that make you want to party to tracks that are smooth and about life which really effects the album.
- This album isn’t really an album that I will ever play again in it’s full, most tracks don’t even have replay value, matter of fact about 90% of this album doesn’t have any replay value.
+ This album has a lot of tracks on it, when you buy the deluxe version of this album you actually get what you’re paying for and that’s what I like about Tyga, nowadays Deluxe albums are only 2 or 3 tracks more.
+ The album really presents Tyga as a different artist, in most of his mixtape work he presents himself as a party rapper but in this album he is really mature and talks about topics that I never expected him to talk about.
8 OUT OF 10