Following the release of his anticipated Bitch I'm the Shit 2 album last month, Tyga is still dropping off new material for his fan base. The "Move to L.A." rapper drops two new songs for fans, including "My Way," as well as his remix of Tay-K's smash hit "The Race."

"My Way" features production from 808 Mafia, and features the California entertainer lacing the song with some flexing bars, as well as addressing being signed to G.O.O.D. Music while making a reference to Outkast. Fans will also notice some familiar samples from some of their favorite songs from the 2000s.

“Big Boi like André,” Tyga raps. “I’m doing it my way/Come at me sideways?/I might go Kanye!”

While taking on "The Race," which is originally performed by 17-year-old rapper Tay-K, who is currently incarcerated after being charged with capital murder, Tyga speaks on his ongoing financial issues with Cash Money Records, which he has been vocal about previously in past interviews.

“No receipts,” the MC rhymes. “The feds want that case/Cash Money, I still need that from Baby/Millions.”

The entertainer has been working hard all year on new music, but he's now currently embarking on his Bitch I'm the Shit 2 Tour.

Take a listen to the new songs from Tyga below to hear him flex on his haters and come for Cash Money.

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