Tyga has been quiet this year. In late February, he released the “Ayy Macarena (Remix)” featuring Ozuna. He also signed a multi-million dollar deal with Columbia Records in October, after releasing his recent music independently through his Last Kings imprint. Last year, he dropped his album Legendary, which included appearances from Offset, J Balvin, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Blueface, Swae Lee, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Gunna.
In early March, the rapper revealed that the head of the label, Carl Crawford, wasn’t letting her release new music because she wanted to renegotiate her contract. The issue between the two came to a head when Meg filed a lawsuit against Crawford and the label.
A Texas district judge subsequently granted Megan with a temporary restraining order, which meant her label couldn’t block her from releasing music. Crawford later tried to file an emergency motion to dissolve the temporary restraining order, but a judge denied Crawford’s motion.
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Megan recently spent a day with Complex where she discussed Suga, having a successful music career while staying in school, and what it means to be a hottie.