Last night, California rapper Tyga hit NYC's Premier Record Studios to play his forthcoming album, Bitch I'm the Shit 2, for a select number of media personnel. Arriving at the studio location a little after 8 p.m., the "Rack City" rapper sported an embroidered jean jacket, Maharishi pants, white Nike Air Force 1s and a vintage-inspired tee as he made his way into the studio with his crew and friends.

Shortly after settling in and making sure his people were accommodated, Tyga greeted the group and began to run through select tracks off the project. Kicking off the listening session with the hard-hitting track "Teterboro Flow," Tyga shows his lyrical growth on the record as he delivers some of his most vicious lines over hard-thumping production. He followed up with the Pusha T-assisted "Ski on the Slope," a standout cut that will have heads in tune with Tyga and Pusha's lyrics as both MCs exchange bars over the grimy production.

Tapping other notable names for guest features on the album, Tyga connects with Migos' Quavo on the record "Bel Air" as both artists come with a track that's in tune with today's sound while discussing their rich lifestyles and the finer things in life. Next up, Tyga played his collaborative record with Young Thug titled "Run It Back." Holding down the chorus duties of the record, Thug shines bright on the hook as T-Raww delivers a laid-back flow that fits the record in perfect manner. Another collab the Hotel California rapper played for the group was the Vince Staples-assisted "Playboy," a record that's highly energetic with catchy wordplay and a stellar guest verse from the "Blue Suede" rapper.

Tyga's Bitch I'm the Shit 2 drops tomorrow via iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify and other streaming services.

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