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Hotel California

by Tyga

Hotel California by Tyga

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Hotel California

by Tyga

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Label: Cash Money Records
Hotel California improves upon 2012's Careless World. Once again, Tyga blends brittle club tracks with R&B-inflected yacht-raps, but he balances the styles better, and the pop melodies of "Diss Song" and the Chris Brown-assisted "For the Road" are more convincing this time. Tyga isn't a great MC, but it doesn't matter -- he just needs an engaging personality. The problem with Hotel California is that it may not have a major hit like 2012's "Rack City," despite his attempts at ratchet anthems like "Get Loose" and "Molly." Sometimes lightning doesn't strike twice.

About This Album

Hotel California improves upon 2012's Careless World. Once again, Tyga blends brittle club tracks with R&B-inflected yacht-raps, but he balances the styles better, and the pop melodies of "Diss Song" and the Chris Brown-assisted "For the Road" are more convincing this time. Tyga isn't a great MC, but it doesn't matter -- he just needs an engaging personality. The problem with Hotel California is that it may not have a major hit like 2012's "Rack City," despite his attempts at ratchet anthems like "Get Loose" and "Molly." Sometimes lightning doesn't strike twice.

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About This Album

Hotel California improves upon 2012's Careless World. Once again, Tyga blends brittle club tracks with R&B-inflected yacht-raps, but he balances the styles better, and the pop melodies of "Diss Song" and the Chris Brown-assisted "For the Road" are more convincing this time. Tyga isn't a great MC, but it doesn't matter -- he just needs an engaging personality. The problem with Hotel California is that it may not have a major hit like 2012's "Rack City," despite his attempts at ratchet anthems like "Get Loose" and "Molly." Sometimes lightning doesn't strike twice.