West Coast veteran Tylo Tinyamp and 2 Chainz’ Atlanta-bred signee Skooly collectively sound off on the state of the union with their fiery “Great America” collab.
Channeling his years-long journey as an ex-convict-turned-businessman, Tylo Tinyamp speaks straight from the heart over the G-funk-leaning production.
“Dear momma, I thank you for them beatdowns/All them nights that you prayed for my retrial/And every time the bitch hung up you pressed the redial,” Tylo raps.
Throughout the two-and-a-half-minute lyrical epic, Tylo Tinyamp touches on several hot-button topics affecting the Black community and society at large, including COVID-19 vaccination mandates and racially biased white women who the internet has nicknamed “Karens.”
The release of “Great America” marks a hot streak for Tylo Tinyamp, who has already delivered both the audio and official music video for his “No Class Worx” single — which has accumulated nearly 5K YouTube views on the gritty Toney Franco-directed visual.
Tylo Tinyamp has also been promoting his widely popular Crenshaw By Nature brand, which he has been cultivating throughout the last decade as an homage to his upbringing in the same neighborhood of his close friend and collaborator of Nipsey Hussle.
As a result of his ties to the Crenshaw district and several other areas in L.A., Tylo has collaborated with numerous West Coast MC’s including J. Stone, ThaDoggPound and Kurupt and more. Tylo Tinyamp has also built a nationwide network of upper echelon rap associates, who include artists such as 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg and many more.
Watch the official video for “Great America” below.