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Music has brought Tyga all over the world.
However, there's still no place quite like home for the multi-platinum Los Angeles rapper. That's why he's named his second full-length album for Cash Money Records, Hotel California. He checks in to the next phase of his career with fifteen tracks of pure, potent, and powerful Cali hip-hop. In spirit, it nods to the early '90s ... Read more in Amazon's Tyga Store

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  • Audio CD (April 9, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Universal Republic
  • ASIN: B00BDZV98I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #333,127 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. 500 Degrees Feat. Lil Wayne
2. Dope Feat. Rick Ross
3. Get Loose
4. Diss Song
5. Hitem Up feat. Jadakiss
6. Molly feat. Cedric Gervais , Wiz Khalifa and Mally Mall
7. For The Road Feat. Chris Brown
8. Show You Feat. Future
9. It Neva Rains
10. M.O.E Feat. Wiz Khalifa
11. Hijack Feat. 2 Chainz
12. Get Rich
13. Enemies
14. Drive Fast, Live Young
15. Palm Trees

Editorial Reviews

CLEAN. 2013 release, the third full-length from the Compton-raised rapper. He first received recognition with his debut single "Coconut Juice", featuring his cousin Travis McCoy. Since then he has signed to Young Money and released his major label debut Careless World: Rise of the Last King last year. Features the single 'Dope.

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Its a pretty solid song overall.
Chandler
I don't like it, but maybe you will but i think it is crap.
Cliff
The beatts are nice, and the album flows.
Atownbaby

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. VINE VOICE on April 11, 2013
Tyga returns with 2013's Hotel California, a relatively quick follow-up to 2012's Careless World: Rise Of The Last King [Explicit]. Tyga's former album benefited from massively popular single "Rack City" as well as later single "Faded". Hotel California seeks to take the formula of those two singles and spread it across the course of an hour. The results are often middling and merely average. Hotel California has its triumphant moments ("Dope", "Molly", and "It Neva Rains"), but those moments are too few and far between.

"500 Degrees" (featuring Lil Wayne) is well produced, but ultimately feels undercooked to initiate the effort successfully. "Dope" (featuring Rick Ross) arrives timely, emulating the minimal, slinky production work of Tyga's former "Rack City". Rick Ross sounds less energetic than usual on his guest spot, but manages a clever allusion to Destiny's Child's "Say My Name" with a thuggish spin. "Get Loose" continues to play to the clubs, but even a catchy hook and clapping snares only takes one so far. "Diss Song" changes the pace, cleverly sampling "Viskra", but still feels a wee bit short of the mark. "Hit `Em Up" (featuring Jadakiss) features superb production work courtesy of DJ Mustard, but still Tyga and Jadakiss fail to take `full' advantage.

"Molly" (featuring Cedric Gervais, Wiz Khalifa & Mally Mall) atones for previous miscues. While its message is one that is the product of excess, particularly in the hip-hop community, its irresponsible nature suits its reckless MC's perfectly. Sampling Cedric Gervais's "Molly", the sample propels the cut to elite status on this particular effort.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chandler on June 21, 2013
Of course if you are going to name your album the same title as a popular Eagles' song, you have to back it up with some quality. I would say Tyga got lucky with his last album Careless World: Rise of the Last King with a few hits, but here on Hotel California he fails to capitalize on his luck. There is no originality, the beats here are no different than what you would hear on a Lil Wayne album or such, the lyrics are boderline garbage, and the obvious is that he borrows lines from rap legends such as Snoop Dogg and Tupac. I'm not hating on Tyga. I thought he was hella underrated on that Young Money album, but this is not the same dude who I thought could hang with Drake, and Nikki.

Starting off the album with "500 Degrees" featuring Lil Wayne who had an album with that same title is avarage at best. "Dope" which appeared off one of his mixtapes earlier this year was a pretty good song as he pays homage to Snoop Dogg's "Deep Cover" with Rick Ross. Next is "Get Loose". The beat is generic and the rhymes are terrible as he says "Walk up to your B,told her I'll buy her//N****s talk s***, pull out the fire" Thats just one of the many horrible lines in this song. "Diss Song" has a pretty nice beat as talks about a friend who he had a fallout with. Its a pretty solid song overall. "Hit Em Up" where he uses a memorable name from a Tupac song and lines from a Snoop Dogg song. Unfortunately he his outsined by Jadakiss without even trying. Tyga and Wiz both fall on "Molly" with more bad rhymes (ie. Bands all in my dollars,I'm everywhere, it's poppin'//Can't fall in love, I got options, I'm high school, that's college...) on what could have been a good song.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Swizzler on May 7, 2013
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I've been listing to hip hop since 1987. I was a professional DJ in the early '90s and opened for Swollen Members, Zion I, Lootpack, Zion I, Pharcyde, etc. I have a vinyl collection of 5,000 records - everything from Da King & I, Nas, Kwest The Madd Ladd, The Nonce to Lil Kim and 50 Cent. I have always gravitated towards underground and less mainstream rap but this album caught my ear immediately. The lyrics and production are literally a 9.5/10 for me. There's something about it that reminds me of the golden era. Seriously, the album is amazing from front to back...
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sergio garcia on May 24, 2013
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This has to be one of Tyga's worst cd's to date. His Careless World cd was better, Hotel California sounds like a generic rap cd, do not recommend.
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This cd came brand new still wraped like it came from the store.... As fare as what i think about the way the cd sounds, tyga goes off on this one.... Nice beats with great production......
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By Cliff on October 3, 2013
The last album was better. This album is just a filler to scam people. I don't like it, but maybe you will but i think it is crap.
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By RickyVoorhees on October 2, 2013
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I honestly hadn't even heard of Tyga til Game's track "Celebration" But he was able to adapt to Bone's style since it was a Bone Thugs N Harmony Remix of their classic "1st Of Tha Month" With that being said it made me curious to purchase the album and I must say it's a very good album. Went above my expectations. He's got a unique voice and is a lot more lyrical than people give him credit for. The only down side to this album is there are 2-3 songs I skip or I would have given it 5 stars instead of 4. Ironically, I just got home from purchasing "Careless World" so this album is good enough for me to purchase more of his music. . .
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