Updated 02:07 PM EDT, Fri, Sep 25, 2020

Tyga's 2015 Album Release Date Still Hanging But Watch Him & Chris Brown in 'Ayo' Here [Music Video]

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Tyga and Chris Brown have unveiled the official music video of their rap and R&B track "Ayo," the first single off their upcoming collaborative album "Fan of a Fan 2," Fuse reported.

Tyga's new album "The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty" has already been pushed back from its original Jan. 27 release date. However, fans need not worry about getting new music from the rapper, as they can at least look forward to Tyga's other album, his upcoming collaboration effort with Brown and the promotion of their new single "Ayo," according to Realty Today.

In the six-minute, Colin Tilley-directed "Ayo" MV, fans are treated to the sight of the artists competing over which of them is richer and has more lavish tastes.

They begin by arguing on Instagram, and it eventually escalates to Brown showing off his "money pool," which is literally a pool filled with money. Tyga counters by showing off his own riches, starting with none other than a gold-encrusted toilet. The two continued on comparing their riches, boasting about their polo horses, a pet tiger, women, expensive clothes and mink coats, their mansions and a bevy of custom-painted Lamborghinis.

Brown and Tyga also weren't shy when they joked about their bad boy reputation.

A skit in the music video showed police pursuing the duo as they raced down the highway. Dance duo Les Twins and Mike Epps play the cops. At one point Epps yelled, "Chris Brown's out? He's supposed to be at community service!" and then commenting that other than Brown, he has to go and bust "Tigger" as well.

"Fan of a Fan 2" is set for a release date of Feb. 24 and it features Tyga and Brown and their collaboration with artists such as Fat Trel, Ty Dolla $ign, T.I., Wale, ScHoolboy Q, Pusha T, Boosie Badazz, and 50 Cent, according to RapUp. It is the follow up to Tyga and Brown's mixtape "Fan of a Fan," which was released in 2010.

Their joint "Between the Shouts Tour" with Trey Songz was originally scheduled to kick off last month. Live Nation did not release an official statement about the reason why. However, it was said to have been postponed so that Brown could finish his 100 hours of community service and then join the others on tour.

As for Tyga's "The Gold Album," Tyga has been claiming that the delay was due to issues with his label, Cash Money, according to Realty Today. It has already been pushed back for one year after Cash Money reportedly kept Tyga from releasing it after he tried to leave the label. After the recent January delay, the status of the album remains unknown.

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