(AllHipHop News) Cash Money/Young Money Records artist Tyga is releasing a mixtape today (December 5) as he continues to work on his debut YMCMB project.
His studio album, titled Careless World: Rise of the Last King, is supposed to be released on December 20, although the date has yet to be confirmed.
The previous date for the album was November 19, but the release was delayed.
The lead single on the project, “Far Away,” featuring Chris Richardson, reached Billboard’s Top 100, selling over 125,000 copies to date.
While his 15-track mixtape #B**CHIMTHESH*T features the likes of Lil Wayne, Drake, Gudda Gudda, 2 Chainz, Juicy J, YG, and Kurupt.
#B**CHIMTHESH*T attempts to gives fans a preview of his album, as well as his new artist, “Honey Cocaine,” who recently made headlines for using the N-word in her raps and on her Twitter page.
The Asian femcee, who is an artist on Tyga’s Last Kings record label first gained attention with the track, “Heisman,” but has caught some flack for her use of the derogatory term.
Tyga also recently made headlines for his “Tyga R.O.A.R.” (Tyga Reaches Out And Represents) campaign, a youth education empowerment campaign seeking to help underprivileged and economically challenged youth.
In October, the YMCMB rapper visited his old California high school after shootings took place in the learning institution last January.