Wake up everyday stronger than yesterday, face your fears and wipe your tears.

— Tyga

The most delicious Tyga quotes to discover and learn by heart

You can do nice things for people all of the time and it's never noticed but as soon as you make one mistake it's never forgotten.


We can admire what we see, but we can only love what we truly know.


The more real you get, the more unreal things get.


I never regret my past... Only time I wasted was on the wrong people.


Life without you is like a broken pencil, there's no point.


Every girl deserves to be treated like a princess.


Hate comes from Intimidation. Love comes from Appreciation.


I ain't never been hater. I ain't got no time.


It's hard to forget someone whos given so much to remember.


I respect anybody that's doin' their thing, and doin' better than I'm doin, or at least tryin'. I really don't need to hate on the next person. We're all just tryin' to get one thing at the end of the day, everybody's tryin' to get money and be successful, and just enjoy what they do.


Kids look up to me. I'm not saying I make my music for kids, I do what I feel, its just a self reflection of how I am as a person and it relates to a lot of people.


Sometimes the music just has to tell the story without you trying to tell the story. It depends on the type of music you want to make. If it makes you feel good and party then you go with that. If it makes you feel like speaking on something real and doing a story then it's the beat just has to have the story.


About Tyga

Quotes 77 sayings
Profession Rapper
Birthday November 19, 1989

Hater n-ggas marry hater b-tches and have hater kids.


Just to stay focused on my path and not the path that other people or media want to put me in. Just to stay focused on my vision, because I put out what I want people to know about me. Everything else is what the media puts out.


You can't hate/love others without loving/hating yourself first.


I think we all do our own thing and we all have our own talents, but it's good to know that you have a family tree of success so if you need the help on your journey to success then you can look around and see it around you.


[My son] he loves music, but right now, cars are his thing.

He told me when he gets older he wants to be a "Ferrari man" and I was like, "A Ferrari man? Do you want to drive Ferraris or do you want to build them?" He was like, "I want to build them."


Rap is the number one most influential thing, it's the only genre that really strikes a chord. When you sing, you feel a certain way and it makes you feel good, but when you rap, it just strikes a chord a whole different way.


That's how you become successful, man - you gotta stay busy.


I turned down a lot of reality shows in the past, but MTV, back in the day, was just the coolest with Cribs to Pimp My Ride.


I like comfortable clothes. Most men in the world wear T-shirts every day and jeans. I wanted to always put my street style to the high fashion looks and just make it comfortable and make it look stylish.


People just put out stuff that has nothing to do with me sometimes and I'm just like, "What is that?" It's here today, gone tomorrow. It don't really throw me off my path 'cause I've been doing this since I was 12.


I'm a free agent so I'm probably gonna be signing a major deal that I'm gonna be announcing pretty soon, and a few good singles are coming out.


Even though Prince wasn't rapping and it was a whole different era, it shows how artists expressed themselves without saying too much, and that was the real beauty of the art.


I can make any type of music, so I wouldn't want to describe myself as having one type of sound. I think music is about keeping it diverse.


I've always been into dressing and being stylish because I feel like that's where I gained a lot of my confidence and swag as a rapper, so fashion goes hand-in-hand with music to me.


I'm working on this fashion line that's all inspired by Vietnam.

I'm Vietnamese so a lot of the clothes are inspired by Vietnamese culture, and I'm trying to mix that with the streetwear style.


I'm happy that I'm learning and a lot of these fashion houses are willing to collaborate. I just want to put my swag to what they're doing, because I like street style.


As far as business moguls, I'm always a fan of how Jay Z moves.

He was just always very strategic ever since he came into the game.


I'm just trying different styles and switching it up, but getting back to rap and the essence and the swag that I brought to the game from records like "Rack City" and "Faded," records like that. I got some good collaborations that people are gonna be excited about.


I didn't get into Tupac [Shakur] until a little later, once I started understanding rap and people's stories. Eminem was the first rapper that I actually started dissecting the lyrics, and once I got attached to his stories, then I started listening to Dr. Dre, then Snoop 'cause they were all under one camp.


I am an artist who's just tryin' to do something different, and basically not caring about everybody's opinions and wanting to follow what everybody else is doing. At the same time, I know when to be serious, but I know when to joke.


Sometimes I'll have a whole song done without having a beat - I'll just rap on an instrumental tempo and recreate a whole new song just around the lyrics.


Lil Wayne would probably be a big musical inspiration for me, because growing up I was just the biggest Wayne fan and being able to be signed to him and watch his whole journey to the peak of his career is great.


So for [Alexander Wang] to actually put me in a campaign, I was really honored.

I'm excited to see how it comes out because I didn't look at the photos on set; I like to just live in the moment and do what I do and let him and his people put their touch on it.


I just like streetwear. I've always been a fan of Saint Laurent because I like how their jeans fit on me, but as far as high fashion, I don't wear too much high fashion.


Just getting back to the essence. Even the record I put out, "1 of 1," I went to Jamaica and shot that video and I'm singing in the song - that was different for me.


The first rap album I bought was Eminem's The Slim Shady LP so I wasn't even based on West Coast rap like that.


Life is about strategy nottragedy. Make the best one.


I'm not an Internet artist, I didn't get discovered on the Internet - I got discovered pushing my mix tapes on the street, walking on foot, going to parties, passing them out.


I never knew that I would be actually designing clothes or as into fashion as I am now.


[Personal life] doesn't affect my creative process.

It just gives me more subjects to talk about. Basically whatever you put in your music is how you want people to view you.


I know what people want. I know what everybody wants - I know what the streets want, I know what the suburbs want, I know what corporate people want. I know what-all type of music these people listen to.


I wanna move on but my feelings too strong.


I can't think outside of [bein' an artist].

That's how deep I am into this, and so focused that I really can't think, like, if I wasn't an artist, what I'd be doin' in school. I'm pretty sure I'd be doin' it - if I didn't go into music, I'd be working, have a regular job or something probably, and goin' to school like everybody else and all my other peers around my age.


Tattoos, for me, are like a timeline of my life.

I could look at a certain tattoo, and it reminds of me of a certain time in my life and why I got that tattoo.


I guess with the generation we live in, we just want to be entertained at the end of the day. A lot of artists make themselves accessible, so they feel like every artist should be like that. Some artists shouldn't be so accessible, to me.


When you start to become famous, you can hop into any kind of field just because of the name you have and the credentials you have.


All the girls look good in college; I mean they're young, they're ready, they're single, they just wanna have fun.