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.
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 ?!”
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.
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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)
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 Rapper, Keke 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)