What You'll Get
- When you first met the rapper: in 2011, when his raunchy, sinuous single “Rack City” soared up the charts
- How his second album was received: Noting such guests as Busta Rhymes, Nas, and Nicki Minaj, XXL praised Tyga’s ability to “rarely [let] the album get away from him, remaining in the driver’s seat even when next to young stars and legends.”
- Who else was impressed: Kanye West, who went on to executive produce his 2015 album, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty
- His newest hit: “Taste,” a 2018 single that peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100
- Where you first heard him: His aggressive lyrics gained popularity through social media channels
- His sound: A blend of reggaeton and trap music
- Who he impressed: Rick Ross, who signed him to the Latin division of Maybach Music Group
- Where to start: His album Real Hasta La Muerte, which debuted at no. 1 on Billboard’s top latin album chart
- How you know Rick Ross: as the founder of Maybach Music and the rapper behind the platinum hits “Hustlin’,”The Boss,” “Aston Martin Music,” and “Purple Lamborghini”
- Also known as…: The Boss and Ricky Rozay
- His signature: Whether he’s performing solo or guesting on a song by Kanye, Drake, or Meek Mill, he makes his presence known with his unmistakeable “RUGH” grunt.
- His accolades: All 10 of his studio albums have landed in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200; 5 of them reached No. 1. He’s also earned four Grammy Award nominations, and was named The Hottest MC in the Game by MTV in 2012.
- His sound: He’s produced bass-heavy blends of reggaetón and trap for the likes of Daddy Yankee and Arcángel.
- Where to begin: “El Duro” and “Ángeles y Demonios” from the 2010 album Don Omar Presents: Meet the Orphans, which helped launch his career as a producer
- For fans of: Bryant Myers | Bad Bunny | Noriel
Bun B & The H-Town All Stars
- Where you first heard Bun B: as one-half of the rap duo UnderGround Kingz (UGK) thats best known for their chart topping hit International Player’s Anthem (I Choose You)
- Where to begin: While UGK’s first album was deemed overly explicit, their second recording included songs like Pocket Full of Stones that was featured in the Menace II to Society soundtrack
- His accolades: He has made several high-profile guest appearances on tracks like Big Pimpin’ with Jay-Z, Sippin’ on Some Syrup with Three 6 Mafia, and his solo release of Till OG garnered him a 5 mic rating from The Source
De La Ghetto:
- Where you first heard him: As part of the Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Arcángel & De La Ghetto
- His sound: A bilingual rapper and singer who has a “percussive, rapid-fire cadence,” according to All Music
- Where to begin: His debut 2008 studio album, Masacre Musical, which peaked at no. 8 on the Billboard Latin rhythm album chart
- About the artist: Miami-born singer and dancer who directed Prince’s “Breakfast Can Wait” video
- Her influences: Aaliyah, Missy Elliott, and Rihanna
- Where to start: Her single “Lil Bebe (Remix)” featuring Lil’ Baby and “Blue Chips”
The Fine Print
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