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Young Money MC Tyga got into the rap game with more of a pop and dance bent than what became of his career as the years passed. To be fair, the Compton native was only 19 when his debut, No Introduction, dropped, so you can't blame the young (no pun) rapper for just wanting to have fun. As he grew as an artist and his Young Money affiliation began to influence his music, he retained the poppy elements while injecting a heavy dose of Lil Wayne-isms into his raps. Tyga gave a preview of that style on Young Money's We Are Young Money album in late 2009, perhaps as a means of showing what was to come on this, his sophomore effort, Careless World.

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