Tyga Says He's 'Pushing Boundaries and Taking Risks' with His Latest Career Move

The rapper is the new creative director of Monkey Tilt, a digital casino

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Tyga is making a new move.

On Wednesday the rapper, 34, announced he's taking on the role of creative director at Monkey Tilt, a new next-gen digital casino operating in 22 states.

According to a press release, Tyga will be working with the company across product development, client services and live experiences. He will also be headlining concerts at upcoming Monkey Tilt parties set for later this year.

"I'm all about pushing boundaries and taking risks. Stepping into the role of creative director at Monkey Tilt, we're committed to changing the game of online casinos through innovation," he said in a statement. "Delivering a true player-first experience, where players should expect more and get more."

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Monkey Tilt CEO Sam Kiki added that Tyga will continue to help transform "boring and lifeless" online casinos and "redefine thought leadership in this ecosystem" with the company.

It's been a busy year for Tyga, who celebrated his 34th birthday at a star-studded bash in November at a private home in West Hollywood.

Odell Beckham Jr., Saweetie, Leonardo DiCaprio and more were all in attendance as he partied throughout the night.

The star was also featured last year on Cher's Christmas album, and the music icon previously told PEOPLE her boyfriend, music executive Alexander "A.E." Edwards, was the one who got Tyga to feature on "Drop Top Sleigh Ride."

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