Ty Dolla $ign returns with Lil Wayne, and The-Dream to drop the official “Love U Better” music video. We’re invited to the set of an upscale party scene. Beach House 3 is on the way. Watch the Ryan Hope-directed visuals full of cameos below and buy the single on iTunes. Beach House 3 🏝 — Ty Dolla . . .
Sevyn Streeter recently dropped her debut album, Girl Disrupted. on the heels of that release, she is back with the Anything You Want” music video featuring Ty Dolla Sign, Wiz Khalifa, and Jeremih. It’s a celebration, so press play and enjoy this house party. Let us know all the cameos you can name in the . . .
“Love U Better” previews Ty Dolla’s forthcoming second LP, ‘Beach House 3’ LA singer/songwriter, Ty Dolla Sign, is back with “Love U Better.” He links with Lil Wayne and The-Dream on this enticing single. While Ty and Dream hold down the hook, Wayne adds his touch of raunch on his verse as a final touch. . . .
Mila J grabs Ty Dolla Sign for her latest drop, “Be My Lover.” She flips the classic Spice Girls hit, “Wannabe,” for an upbeat west coast bop for the summer. Stream below.
So, Sisqo’s “Thong Song” is over 18 years old, at this point, which reminds me of the fact that I am in fact aging. Ludacris and Ty Dolla Sign brought that violin sample back to life with their lusty new single, “Vitamin D.” Unsurprisingly, the newly released visual accompaniment features some beautiful women. Watch the . . .
It appears that Tish Hyman might be preparing listeners for a new project in the wake of last July’s Dedicated To: project. Her latest drop, “What It Feels Like,” is a laid back summery groove featuring guest appearances from Ty Dolla Sign and Dej Loaf. Stream “What It Feels Like” below.
Ludacris makes a return with Ty Dolla Sign on “Vitamin D.” We will see Luda in The Fate of the Furious, which hits theaters April 14th. He is also working on a new album, his first since 2015’s Ludaversal. Stream the “Thong Song” sampling “Vitamin D” below and get the single on iTunes. Single OUT NOW . . .
DJ Mustard takes us back to his Cold Summer album, which dropped in September 2016, with the release of a video for “Lil Baby” with Ty Dolla Sign. The funky, West Coast-influenced single is now supplemented by psychedelic, trippy visuals. Watch the video for “Lil Baby” below, and purchase Cold Summer via iTunes.
After releasing the “H.G.T.V.” music video yesterday, Pusha T returns with “Circles” featuring Ty Dolla Sign fellow G.O.O.D. music artist Desiigner. We’ve got it all as Pusha “Blowbama” T delivers spreads bars over the twerk-ready track, Ty Dolla smooths things out with ease, and Desiigner sprinkles adlibs everywhere like a Fairly OddParent’s pixie dust. Listen . . .
Ty Dolla Sign’s Campaign project is here! Taylor Gang’s Ty Dolla Sign sets free his latest project, Campaign. It’s a 15-track mixtape featuring fa favorites like Future, Migos, Travis Scott, Trey Songz, and more. Stream it below and grab your copy on iTunes. 1. $Intro 2. $ 3. Campaign feat. Future 4. $$$(Where) feat. Migos . . .
Time and time again, we see the electronic, r&b, and hip hop worlds merging together to create audio threesomes made in heaven. Another occurrence of the aforementioned goodness takes shape in Afrojack‘s latest single, “Gone” featuring Ty Dolla Sign. This IG post was from five weeks ago, by the way. Pay attention. Watch it coming . . .
“Dear Lord, when it’s all said and done, I pray I’m forgiven for my wrongs, and when they tell the story, it ends righteously.” DJ Drama begins “Boyz In The Hood” with a prayer. The song itself features verses from Meek Mill and Pusha T, along with a soulful chorus courtesy of Ty Dolla Sign. . . .
Ty Dolla Sign recruits Future for his new single, “Campaign”, which debuted as Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 World Record. It also serves as the title track to an upcoming project that Dolla recently announced. When he spoke with Nessa of Hot 97, he said it would be “the soundtrack for the summer of 2016.” Working . . .
What. Do. We. Have. Here. Kanye West tweeted this at 1:00PM, EST. “No More Parties In LA,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, with a Madlib-produced intro and Kanye production on the track? Despite Kanye’s subpar output as of late, I can’t help but salivate at the thought of this combination. No More Parties in LA featuring Kendrick . . .
SoundCloud is the wild west, when it comes to finding new producers. Tons of talented instrumentalists and beatsmiths gain big followings for themselves without ever seeing much media coverage. Talent and execution can take you a long way. SwuM is a prime example, thanks to endeavors such as “Cocaina,” which is a remix of Stalley . . .