Tyga Declares "The Gold Album" Won't Be Released On Cash Money Records


(AllHipHop News) The public turmoil at Cash Money Records continues. After Lil Wayne tweeted about his frustration with the label, Tyga is now announcing he plans to release his upcoming project The Gold Album: The 18th Dynasty independently.

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Tyga has been venting his issues with YMCMB for months. The “Make It Work” rapper revealed he was not on good terms with Young Money member Drake. The internal beef led to Cash Money head Bryan “Birdman” Williams to take sides with Drizzy.

“Tyga knows where he stands in this game compared to Drake. That ain’t no secret. Numbers don’t lie,” said Birdman. “Either you’re in or you’re out. If you’re out, you’re an outcast to me.”

The 2012 LP Careless World: Rise of the Last King was Tyga’s first under Cash Money/Young Money. His debut album, No Introduction, was released via the indie label Decaydance Record (now DCD2 Records) in 2008. The Gold Album: The 18th Dynasty was originally scheduled for release on December 23.

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