DJ Mustard Songs

  • Popular
    DJ Mustard shared 10 Summers: The Mixtape earlier this year, putting on for his label of the same name. The tape showcased the talent of the many rappers in the Mustard stable, including Choice, RJ, and DrakeO, as well as longtime collaborators like Ty Dolla $ign and TeeFLii.
  • My Flag / Da Homies
    My Flag / Da Homies
    The Game's Documentary 2 just hit iTunes at midnight, but at the same time, we received a gigantic crew track from the impending second half, The Documentary 2.5. The DJ Mustard record sounds like on of the deep cuts from one of the producer's own albums, with some of the L.A. underground's finest showing up, including Skeme, RJ, Joe Moses, Mitchy Slick, Jay 305, AD, as well as Ty Dolla $ign.
  • LIT
    Joe Moses surprised us tonight with a new 16-track mixtape, Nothing 2 Something 3. A standout off the tape is "LIT," featuring Ty Dolla $ign and produce by DJ Mustard. Moses, Ty Dolla, and Mustard have been working together for a few years now, and they had a number of dope releases together before Ty and Mustard blew up and ushered in a new wave of club-focused R&B. Though Moses has stayed more underground, he still sounds great next to Ty and Mustard. 
  • Lie To Kick It
    Lie To Kick It
    The words "you ain't gotta lie to kick it" date back to a 2Pac track that was released shortly after his death. They've since become embedded into the West Coast vernacular and were most recently used on Kendrick Lamar's "You Ain't Gotta Lie (Momma Said)," off To Pimp a Butterfly. Here, Ty Dolla uses the line for a cold hook, letting all the cunning women out there know that he's well aware of their intentions. 
  • Actin' Up
    Actin' Up
    We’re only a week away from Casey Veggies’ highly anticipat debut album Live and Grow. Due out September 25, the project is set to feature guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, YG, Tyler, the Creator, Hit-Boy, IAMSU!, BJ the Chicago Kid, and more.
  • We Don't
    We Don't
    After a whole year of legal troubles and little music, Rick Ross has been unleashing a torrent of tracks this week, a combination of advance releases from his Black Dollar project and random tracks he's been hopping on. After spitting a verse on Scarface's outstanding "Do What I Do" yesterday, Rozay makes yet another appearance, on N.O.R.E.'s "We Don't."
  • Sections
    Remember Hurricane Chris? The Louisiana rapper who was responsible for the 2007 hit “Ay Bay Bay?” Well it turns out he’s currently working on a new mixtape at the moment titled Hurricane Season and today we’re treated to the first single off it titled “Sections” featuring Ty Dolla Sign.
  • Gettin 2 It
    Gettin 2 It
    After appearing on Ty Dolla $ign's recent single, "Only Right," Pushaz Ink affiliate Teecee4800 aka Mr. Fa$t returns the favor by inviting Ty to appear alongside on his new single "Gettin 2 It." HNHH proudly premieres the track today.
  • The Fix
    The Fix
    Nelly and Jeremih are looking to tap the goldmine of hits that is DJ Mustard with their new collaboration, "The Fix." The song first aired during Nelly's BET reality TV show, "Nellyville," but will become available for download on iTunes soon enough. Today, we get to stream the smooth collaboration. Nelly kicks off the song with his own singing, and he's later backed up by Jeremih for a bit of a duet. They flip Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" on the hook of the song-- not so unlike Jeremih recalling "Rhythm Is A Dancer" on his own DJ Mustard hit "Tell 'Em."
  • Why'd You Call?
    Why'd You Call?
    DJ Mustard just dropped some new heat, despite having released a mixtape full of heat the other week, 10 Summers. He took to Instagram to let his fans know this one's in anticipation of Hard Fest, one of the many festivals going down this coming weekend. Mustard dabbles in EDM in the production on "Why'd You Call," appropriate, given that electronic music is the main genre represented at Hard Fest. Are you feeling the sampling of EDM through out the record? 
  • Loco
    It seems as though Migos did a pretty serious session with Mally Mall, showing up on a couple of his recent tracks. Here they get on a DJ Mustard beat, which sticks with his proven formula. At this point, it's not hard to make a hit with those factors intact, which makes for a good foundation for Mally Mall and rap veteran Mr. Capone-E. 
  • All About You
    All About You
    While DJ Mustard still never seems to leave the radio waves, his mixtapes are always something special. 2013's Ketchup was the first time we heard Ty Dolla $ign's "Paranoid," aming other future classics, and he's brought a similarly strong showing for 10 Summers: The Mixtape. While 10 Summers, the album, was heavy on bouncy L.A. rap, the new project opens up into R&B territory once more. 
  • Shooters
    We featured the smooth collaboration from Ty Dolla $ign and Dom Kennedy, "Ice Cream," on the homepage, but we also had to highlight one of the more hard-hitting bangers that Mustard is known for.
  • Ice Cream
    Ice Cream
    This afternoon we premiered DJ Mustard's highly anticipated mixtape, 10 Summers: The Mixtape Vol. 1. The project features artists signed to or affiliated with Mustard's 10 Summers imprint, as well as some familiar faces like Ty Dolla $ign and Dom Kennedy. Those two connect on the smooth, quintessential summer record "Ice Cream," where Dom provides the hook. Are you feeling the chilled out, BBQ-friendly collaboration?
  • Get Home
    Get Home
    Plenty of aspiring rappers and R&B singers would do anything for a Quavo or Kid Ink feature (not to mention a DJ Mustard beat), so having them both appear on your debut single is pretty damn lucky. JR Castro is a rising singer out of Las Vegas who's already amassed a fair share of co-signs, recruiting Timbaland, Mike Will, Terrace Martin, Wale, Future, and Jhene Aiko for his upcoming tape.
  • Make That Shit Work
    Make That Shit Work
    T-Pain built up quite a bit of excitement with his recent Gangsta Grillz mixtape The Iron Way (you can grab the no DJ version here if you need it), and he returns today with a new single off his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix. T-Pain has already released a few singles off the long-awaited album in the past, so it's unclear if those are being sidestepped as this is being dubbed the official first single.
  • Got U
    Got U
    Everyone knows the Mustard sound. His blend of West Coast hip-hop and EDM has been irresistible for a few years now, and he's likely to provide the soundtrack for "10 Summers" to come. Last year, when we first heard Chris Brown, Tyga & Weezy on "Loyal," we figured it had to be Mustard on the beat, but it turns out, another Cali guy, Nic Nac, knows the formula to the perfect summer banger. After "Loyal," Nic Nac's gone on to produce tracks for Tinashe, Pia Mia, Kevin Gates ("IDGT"), and Breezy & Tyga again ("Ayo"). 
  • Nada
    Cam and China started their career in the promising all-girl jerk group, Pink Dollaz, but they've reconnected and are now operating as a duo. In their former crew, the West Coast rappers often took on beats from Ty Dolla $ign and Dj Dahi's production team, D.R.U.G.S., and it seems they've kept in contact with Pushaz Ink, stunting on a fresh new DJ Mustard beat with their new record, "Nada". 
  • Dance With Me
    Dance With Me
    This afternoon we premiered the anticipated mixtape from RJ, OMMIO 2, to follow up his fan-favorite OMMIO from 2013. Guaranteed West Coast summertime vibes all over it, as is evident on the previous leak with Ty Dolla $ign and Joe Moses "Your Money." If that wasn't enough evidence, insert item B, "Dance With Me." Mustard on the beat (hoe), and a hook from Dom Kennedy makes this another perfect BBQ banger.
  • Rich Problems
    Rich Problems
    We know that 2 Chainz and DJ Mustard can be a pretty unstoppable combination, most evident through "I'm Different" a highlight in both artists' catalogs, but also on records like Mustard's own "Giuseppe" and TeeFLii's "24 Hours". Perhaps it's because both Tity and and Mustard have very simple but effective styles, which makes them a natural fit. The new record from DJ SNS feels like another classic, with the instrumental taking on the plinky keys of "I'm Different" while also adding underrated hitmaker Que to the mix.
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