"F--k yall, money talk, d--k large, tiger in my backyard, b---hes in my futon." That's how Tyga sets off Hotel California, and it's a pretty effective preview of the money, sex and tough talk that pervades the album. Tyga's Young Money boss Weezy shows up for a verse, which makes sense (his third album had the same name as this song), but unfortunately he's still got some of the lazy lines that doomed I Am Not a Human Being: "Don't cross me like a pedestrian." Tyga gets caught up too: "Ball like a Nerf," he raps.
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