West Coast rapper Tyga knows he has a certified smash with his new “Bored In The House” anthem. The hip-hop heavyweight has shared some of his favorite fan submissions turning up to the banger.

Big Facts

This week, the California native went to Instagram with some epic must-see shots. Tyga shared clips of men and women alike turning up to the new record.

“Who else #boredinthehouse ?!”

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Who else #boredinthehouse ?!

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High-Key Details

Heading into last weekend, Tyga teamed up with fellow rap artist Curtis Roach for the must-see “Bored In The House” music video. In the visual, they’re both in their houses rapping about surviving the nationwide quarantine.

Wait, There’s More

A few days ago, Tyga explained the motivation behind putting together the visual. He reached out to Roach about doing their collaboration.

“When I did it, it was, like, 15,000 videos,” Tyga, 30, tells The Post. “Now it’s, like, over a million in the last week. It’s all types of people doing it. It’s crazy, and it shows you how powerful music is and the internet … how fast everything spreads.” In fact, Tyga was so hyped on the “Bored in the House” sensation that he reached out to Roach to record a single based on the hook from his “TikTok” video, which dropped on Saturday. (New York Post)

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Drop it?!? #boredinthehouse @curtistootrill

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Before You Go

“Bored in the House” initially stemmed from Curtis Roach’s hook blowing up on social media platform Tik Tok. The initial line sparked support from a slew of hip-hop artists.

Soon after, artists and celebrities like Chance The RapperKeke Palmer, Yvng Swag, Jacob Sartorius and Charli D’Amelio picked up on the post, creating Tik-Tok’s of their own using the infectious lyrics. Given that it perfectly describes how everyone is feeling thanks to the still-increasing Coronavirus pandemic, it’s no surprise how it became a worldwide fan favorite almost as quickly as it was created. (REVOLT TV)