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Tyga Believes On A More Hands-On Approach When Creating Music

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Tyga Believes On A More Hands-On Approach When Creating Music

Tyga Believes On A More Hands-On Approach When Creating Music

While making music, Tyga likes to be involved in the full creative process.

He believes that if you let someone do your artwork, it's not your full vision.

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