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★★★★☆

“The Newest Talent from Young Money.”

Written on: 12/08/2012 by hommiesyco (0 reviews written)

I must confess, when i heard another Young Money artist was releasing an album, I immediately deflated. Between Lil Wayne selling out faster than the iPhone to Nicki Minaj's tasteless rap verses, I was sure Hip-hop was dead for good. The Rap genre was been on a downward slide not too unlike that of the current economy in the United States. Lucky for us there's an actually recovery taking place in the rap game. Form Hopsin to Black Cobain, i believe there's still hope out.
Now Enter Tyga.

Careless World's recording took place over a period of three years and it shows. The first song is the title track, which starts with Tyga talking about his rise to Kingdom with some bass hitting in the background. "Faded" is the typical Tyga club song that we're all use to hearing on his usual mix tapes. The next tape that jumped out at me was "Black Crowns" which starts out with a sexy hook, perfect for those sunny days with the windows down. The last jump out track was "This Is Like ft. Robin Thicke", the song is a nice change in the fast pace, bass hitting setlist that is "Careless World"

Overall, I was very much impressed by the album and i hope to see Tyga de-throne Lil Wayne for good.
Bow down.