Michael Ray Stevenson, better known as Tyga, was born from Vietnamese-Jamaican parents and was raised in California. Rap had always been his thing, grabbing inspiration from the likes of Fabolous, Eminem, and Cam'ron. Being cousins with Travis McCoy definitely has its perks; Tyga eventually got some time in the spotlight thanks to going on Tour with the Gym Class Heroes. His first album, No Introduction, which was released in 2008, was even executive produced by Pete Wentz. In 2010, he collaborated with Chris Brown for "Deuces" and the song went on to receive a Grammy nod. Ever since then, many names in music have been lining up to collaborate with Tyga; an acronym for Thank You God Always. Fast forward to seven studio albums plus numerous mixtapes later, the legend of Tyga still remains strong. 2019 saw the release of "Legendary", which features Lil Wayne, Blueface, J Balvin, Bazzi, Chris Brown and more. With so much music up his sleeve, expect nothing but the best for Tyga's only performance in Indonesia at #FLAVS!