The dynamic duo is back, and this time with a full length album. If Chris Brown’s X album wasn’t enough for you, and you anxiously waited for Tyga to clapback since announcing his beef with YMCMB, then this is the album you’ve been waiting for.
“AYO” kicks it off with the bass-heavy, head-bopping sound that carries its way throughout the rest of the album. Being selected as the lead single for the album, theres no way audiences couldn’t get a taste of what T-Raw and C-Breezy were bringing to the table, since this song sets the tone for the rest of the album.
Slow jams here and there, such as “Better” and “Lights Out,” offer a classic R&B sound audiences are use to hearing from Chris Brown. But the grimier trap bangers like “D.G.I.F.U” and “Bunkin'” make Tyga a master at crafting crowd pleasing hip hop hits.
The album has massive club appeal, and certainly works as a pre-party turn up music. This is the perfect pick me up album to play as you and your friends get ready to go out on a Saturday night.
One thing to note is the definite similarities between a few of the songs. The DJ Mustard style baseline used in “Nothing Like Me” (which DJ Mustard produced), also sounds like the ones used in “She Goin’ Up” and “Bitches & Marijuana.” Theres no harm in artists branching out and experimenting with different things, but it is obvious Tyga and Chris Brown know their sound that works and are choosing to stick with it.
Take time to check out the album, including their official music video for “AYO.”
Fan of a Fan the Album is available on iTunes now.