Tyga Reveals ‘Kyoto’ Tracklisting Featuring Gucci Mane & Tory Lanez

Tyga Reveals ‘Kyoto’ Tracklisting Featuring Gucci Mane & Tory Lanez

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Tyga isn’t going to Kyoto alone. Just days before dropping his newest album, T-Raww unveils the tracklisting, which features some familiar names.

Gucci Mane (“Sip a Lil”), Tory Lanez (“Faithful”), and 24hrs (“Holdin On”) all appear as guests on the 14-song effort, which is set to arrive via Last Kings/Empire.

Superstars apparently influenced the making of the album. Murder Inc.’s impact is quite evident on “Ja Rule & Ashanti,” while Diddy seems to have swayed the creation of “I Need a Girl Pt. 3.”

Previously released singles “Temperature” and “Boss Up” are set to appear on the album, which also features songs like “Leather in the Rain,” “King of the Jungle,” and “Hot Soup.”

KYOTO TrackList 2/16 🔥 Temperature Leather in the Rain Come and Ball With Me Boss Up U Cry King Of The Jungle Hard2Look I Need A Girl Pt.3 Train 4 This Hot Soup Sip a lil ft @laflare1017 Faithful ft @torylanez Ja Rule & Ashanti Holdin On ft @24hrs #KYOTO

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In January, Tyga unveiled the album cover, which features a nude woman painted as a tiger in front of a Japanese flag. Days later, he responded to those who said the artwork was disrespectful. “It’s lit. It’s art, man,” he said. “It’s not a flag. It’s a rising sun. The artist [Hajime Sorayama] is Japanese. He’s a very well known Japanese designer. That’s why I did it with him.”

Kyoto arrives Friday, Feb. 16.

Kyoto Tracklisting

1. “Temperature”
2. “Leather in the Rain”
3. “Come and Ball With Me”
4. “Boss Up”
5. “U Cry”
6. “King of the Jungle”
7. “Hard2Look”
8. “I Need a Girl Pt.3”
9. “Train 4 This”
10. “Hot Soup”
11. “Sip a Lil” feat. Gucci Mane
12. “Faithful” feat. Tory Lanez
13. “Ja Rule & Ashanti”
14. “Holdin On” feat. 24Hrs

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