Up top, catch the new video for the Rich the Kid and G-Eazy collab. Tyga and Arrad are credited as co-directors.
The track itself, featuring cover art matching the video's aesthetic, dropped back in January on the heels of Tyga's featureless "Floss in the Bank," which saw Tyga drop a quip about clickbait.
All of Tyga's recent releases, stretching back to at least last year's hit "Taste," have all contributed to what is a pretty inarguable comeback moment for the former Decaydance affiliate. While Soulja Boy has since made his case for having a bigger comeback, Tyga is unfazed.
"I think a lot of people worry about what everybody else got going on, especially in entertainment and on social media, but we've got to just focus on our own lives," Tyga told MTV in December when assessing his 2018. "Our gift as artists is to make people feel better, give them a good time, give them an experience, and give them a feeling."
Kyoto, Tyga's most recent studio album, dropped via Empire and his own Last Kings Records a little under a year ago and featured the Gucci Mane link-up "Sip a Lil." While a new album or project seems imminent, Tyga has also suggested he could simply keep marathoning singles for the time being.