Multi-platinum superstar artist Tyga releases new single “Mrs. Bubblegum” featuring an iconic sample from the 2005 hit-record “Laffy Taffy” by Atlanta-based group D4L with visuals.
“Mrs. Bubblegum” follows a synth beat in the rhythm from the original “Laffy Taffy” record followed by finger snaps. Tyga enters rapping, “One, two, check three b*itches on deck – four, five diamond chains hangin’ round my neck.” Offering an old school stripped down sound and nostalgia to the mid 2000’s pop-rap, the beat picks up leading to the chorus as Tyga says, “shake that a** for me” in repetition mirroring the lyrics “shake that laffy taffy” from the original with “nasty girl” instead of “candy girl”, paying homage to the influence of the original record. The track closes with recognizable ad libs from Fabo’s, “I rock, I roll. I wanna dadada, oh, cause you so thick.”
Directed by Tyga and Troy Roscoe, the eclectic visuals for “Mrs. Bubblegum” offer Tyga’s signature satire showcasing his millionaire lifestyle and having women constantly on his mind in a playful way. With women dancing all the while, Tyga raps about his live-free characteristics as he says, “married to the game, I don’t need a wedding ring hoe. Leave at the back, another b*tch at the front door.” We then see him enter a fantasy with a gourmet meal in a mansion, driving around town in a Lamborghini, and being one of the faces on Mount Rushmore. Fabo from D4L joins Tyga throughout the video doing the ‘Laffy Taffy’ move and even playing an officiant to Tyga’s wedding.
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