The rapper's fifth studio album, executive produced by Kanye West, will be 'less commercial' than its predecessor, 2013's 'Hotel California'.
Tyga has set the official release date of his new album. The rapper took to Twitter on Wednesday, August 6 to announce that the LP, titled "The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty", would be released on November 18.
T-Raww's fifth studio effort has so far been preceded by Justin Bieber-assisted "Wait for a Minute" and "Hookah" featuring Young Thug. He has hired none other than Kanye West to executive produce the record.
"It's way less commercial," he recently said of the follow-up to 2013's "Hotel California" in an interview with Power 106. "I felt like 'Hotel California' was more commercial and I made more radio-type records. This album is straight rap."
To finish the album, Tyga decided to cancel his plan to embark on Wiz Khalifa's "Under the Influence of Music" tour. When announcing the cancellation last month, he also revealed he'd film a movie.
In addition to "The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty", Tyga is working with Chris Brown for their joint album "Fan of a Fan 2". The collaborative set serves as the sequel to their 2010 mixtape "Fan of a Fan".