Thanks to his hit "Rack City," Tyga has become the pied piper of L.A.'s ratchet scene.
Born Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, his rap name stands for Thank You God Always.
His Asian-Black ancestry is similar to Tiger Woods, the golfer who inspired his name.
Signed to Fall Out Boy's Decaydance label, he and cousin Travie McCoy recorded the hit "Coconut Juice."
He then switched to Lil Wayne's Young Money label and made the top 10 smash "Rack City."
Thanks to his hit "Rack City," Tyga has become the pied piper of L.A.'s ratchet scene.Download Sheikh talk by Tyga