Tyga brings the “Ibiza” vibes in latest visual
The Cali star throws a massive pool party in the new clip.
Mere weeks after he went on “Vacation,” Tyga is back with another summer perfect track for his fans to enjoy. Titled “Ibiza,” the Mustard-produced cut is led by a dope saxophone loop, which provides the perfect soundbed for the Cali rapper to get his usual subject matter off:
“Popped a molly, I’m flexin’, come and meet me, I’m ready, I just walked off the jetty, VVS on baguetty/
I got clout and I leverage, my b***h got face advantage, ass shaped like a planet, Turks and Caicos, she tannin’/
I didn’t plan this, everything organic, I just paid a quarter for a Patek, don’t panic, flyin’ ‘cross Atlantic and I’m eatin’ fancy, sittin’ at home, know you n***as can’t stand me/
I’m on FaceTime and your b***h gettin’ nasty, tell the driver slow down, f*** her in the backseat/”
The Tyga, Frank Borin, and Ivanna Borin-directed video is filled with beautiful women, who are all enjoying a poolside party hosted by the Legendary artist himself. Tyga can also be seen bringing the party inside, while also showing off his impressive luxury car collection. It’s the perfect vibe for the warm weather — if and when we’re able to be outside safely again.
Previously, Tyga delivered his seventh studio LP Legendary in 2019, which saw 14 party-ready cuts (with an extra 8 tracks for the deluxe edition) and appearances from Lil Wayne, Blueface, Swae Lee, Chris Brown, Gunna, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Ty Dolla $ign, YG, and loads more. The lead single from the project, the Offset-assisted “Taste,” has become one of Tyga’s biggest hits to date, landing within the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 and receiving a six times Platinum certification in the U.S.
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