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Tyga switches up his style, shares split video for ‘Hard2Look/Train 4 This’

Experimenting with a different direction sonically, the Los Angeles-native recording artist sings over a thumping beat.

 

Tyga is back with a new video for ‘Hard2Look/Train 4 This’. Experimenting with a different direction sonically, the Los Angeles-native recording artist sings over a thumping beat. As he stands in front of a fireplace alone at night, Tyga recounts the time he relied on a substance to heal him from a broken heart. It’s not often that we get to hear those kinds of lyrics from a man—in clear sight. Could you imagine being in his shoes, personally? It has to be difficult. Whether he is addressing his personal life or not, it is hard to look the other way when the person you’ve lost is famous, and currently relevant. It’s harder when the person they’ve moved on with is also famous. Fairly, it must be triple-hard when they have a baby.

No one, outside of the past lovers, knows the details of their relationship and the breakup. If the breakup was abrupt, it is why he wants to hear something that will push him away. I think most people can relate to wanting closure. Here’s the thing, though. You aren’t guaranteed closure. What should you do? A psychologist might advise that it is in your best interest to move on without it. So you can heal.

Next, the former Young Money artist is in a boxing ring. Soon, a female lead joins him. As he approaches her, he talks about his lifestyle and the reasons why she shouldn’t try to resist him. Tyga dances in the video, too. We commend him on his efforts to switch it up. We look forward to seeing the choreography progression. Surely, it would have been great if Chris Brown gave him some pointers (or appeared in the video to do the routine with him).

Both songs come from Tyga’s latest album titled, Kyoto. Watch the split video directed by Tyga and Arrad below accordingly.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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