DJ Mustard Songs

  • Mr. Get Dough
    Mr. Get Dough
    DJ Mustard has been heavy with the remix game lately, adding his infectious Mustard touch to popular instrumentals such as Ty Dolla’s “Stand For”, Beyonce’s “7/11”, and Rihanna’s “FourFiveSeconds” to name a few. Putting the remixes on hold for now, Mustard returns tonight with an all new original song called “Mr. Get Dough”, featuring Drakeo The Ruler, Choice, and RJ.
  • Pretty Young Thing
    Pretty Young Thing
    Jamie Foxx was one of the more successful actors turned singers, before it became a rite of passage in the Disney star age. His ability to hold it down in both courts has proved inspiring to fellow double threat, Drake, who revealed his dream to host the Espys came through Jamie.
  • Thuggin
    Thuggin
    Dom Kennedy's OPM affiliate Jay 305 hasn't appeared on the site in the minute, but he's back today with the hard-hitting West Coast banger "Thuggin." The DJ Mustard production is instantly recognizable, while Jay and Joe Moses promise they won't stop thugging, even if the former rapper signed a deal with Interscope. We're not sure what project this new single is attached too, but with a major label deal under his belt, we're sure something is in the works. Stay tuned.
  • Nothin' Less
    Nothin' Less
    Iamsu! just dropped off a new hyphy joint "Nothin' Less" with production from the West Coast hitmaker DJ Mustard. The song serves as the first leak off 'Su's forthcoming project Eyes On Me, which is due out on February 24th. The project will arrive in anticipation of (and in support of) Iamsu's "Eyes On Me" tour, where he'll joined by Rome Fortune. The mixtape is expected to feature some of the usual suspects, Jay Ant, Tyga, and P-Lo.
  • Ice Rink
    Ice Rink
    Cashmere Cat is a Norwegian producer, who you may have seen once or twice on the site this past year as he contributed to Ludacris' "Party Girls" single, among a few other notable hip-hop releases. He closes the gap between electronic production and hip-hop production further today, as we get an instrumental collaboration he did with DJ Mustard.
  • FourFiveSeconds (DJ Mustard Remix)
    FourFiveSeconds (DJ Mustard Remix)
    After remixing Beyonce’s “7/11” and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Stand For” these past few weeks, hit-maker DJ Mustard decided to keep his remix streak alive, this time tackling Rihanna’s new single “FourFiveSeconds” featuring Kanye West and Paul McCartney.
  • About Mine
    About Mine
    Kid Ink’s sophomore album, Full Speed, has finally arrived! Released tonight via iTunes, the highly anticipated 12-track project features guest appearances from the likes of Chris Brown, Usher, Tinashe, R. Kelly, Migos, Young Thug, and more.
  • Be Real
    Be Real
    Kid Ink’s Full Speed album is only weeks away, but before it arrives, the Alumni rapper is giving away one last instant download for those who take advantage of the early pre-order. Teaming up with Detroit’s buzzing sensation, Dej Loaf, Kid Ink drops off track #7 “Be Real”.
  • Stand For (DJ Mustard Remix)
    Stand For (DJ Mustard Remix)
    Ty Dolla $ign's "Stand For", the lead single from his debut album, Free TC made good on all promises for Ty's upcoming effort, but the only thing it may have missed is the "Paranoid" fans. While Diplo and DJ Dahi supplied the singer with plenty of club-ready sounds, the Mustard snap was wholly absent.
  • 7/11 (Remix)
    7/11 (Remix)
    DJ Mustard rarely releases remixes, so when he does, it's an occasion for celebration. This time, perhaps you should take that celebration to a hotel room, because he's chosen to rework Beyoncé's "7/11." As we haven't heard any solo stuff from Mustard since 10 Summers dropped last July, it's great to hear some new output from the man who ruled the radio in 2014. Is this taken from an upcoming compilation of remixes (we hope so), or is it merely a one-off track? Only time will tell for that one, but let's hope it's the former. 
  • 2015 Flow
    2015 Flow
    YG is confident that he had the album of the year, and seeing that My Krazy Life was both a critical favorite, and the quintessential full length representation of the DJ Mustard sound, he's not alone. Thus, the Bompton rapper was frustrated to learn that he had been snubbed in the Best Rap Album Grammy category, taking to Twitter to give his two cents.
  • It Ain't You
    It Ain't You
    DJ Mustard is now so omnipresent that he's got two new songs out today that act as retorts against two songs he produced earlier this year.
  • Fuckin Wit Me
    Fuckin Wit Me
    Thanks to the success of her debut album Aquarius, (along with the rest of 2014) Tinashe is on the brink of becoming the next big female superstar in music, and this new release may just further strengthen her case. Linking back up with her “2 On” producer, DJ Mustard, here goes a new leak from the Cali duo titled “Fuckin' Wit Me”.
  • Hot Box  (Remix)
    Hot Box (Remix)
    Back in August, at the peak of "The Summer Of Mustard," L.A. crooner Bobby Brackins got a big look on his track "Hot Box," which featured Cali heavy-hitters G-Eazy and Mila J, and was produced by DJ Dijon himself. Now, Mustard has posted a new remix on his SoundCloud, which subs out Young Gerald in favor of a verse from Choice and a delightfully baroque outro composed by multi-instrumentalist Terrace Martin.
  • Post To Be
    Post To Be
    After hearing a few snippets over the weekend, we now have the final outcome for Omarion’s new single “Post To Be” featuring Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko. Premiered by the LA Leakers moments ago, the new record is certified club banger with its clap-heavy West Coast sounding production courtesy of DJ Mustard. And with Chris putting it down for the ladies, and Jhene blessing us with her soft vocals, this has all the makings for the next big hit. Look for it to live on Omarion’s upcoming album, Sex Playlist, which is looking at a 2015 release date.
  • Post To Be
    Post To Be
    Omarion's last few projects have seen him excelling in the post-Late Nights slow jam department, but his upcoming single, "Post To Be" sounds like it will be tapping into the R&Bass Mustard-wave going on currently. More on the pop then club, the single is reminiscent of Kid Ink's latest single, "Body Language". 
  • Rather Be (DJ Mustard Remix)
    Rather Be (DJ Mustard Remix)
    DJ Mustard is experimenting with some new sounds on this one. Remixing Clean Bandit's smash hit single "Rather Be" (if you listen to the radio, you know it), 2014's producer of the hour takes the song's original instrumental and amplifies it with some of his signature west coast bounce. For the most part, the changes are subtle (a new kicks here and there); the biggest change occurs during the track's chorus around 1:17. Are you digging Mustard's work here? The original is available below for comparison.
  • Link Up
    Link Up
    Well this is a nice surprise. Just a few days after announcing his plans to release a collaborative album with T.I., Jeezy is back with a fresh new freebie for the clubs. "Link Up" finds the Snowman linking up with a few "real ones," namely Beenie Man and Ty Dolla $ign, over a bouncy instrumental from 2014 "it" producer DJ Mustard. This one can be found on Baby Yu's new mixtape The Rebirth. The tape is otherwise composed entirely of Jeezy remixes. Check it out here.
  • L.A. Love (La La Remix)
    L.A. Love (La La Remix)
    A few weeks ago, erstwhile Black Eyed Pea Fergie staged a comeback in the most 2014 way possible: by snagging a DJ Mustard beat for her single "L.A. Love." Now, Mustard's frequent partner in crime (and fellow Pushaz Ink boss) YG has hopped on the globe trotting track.
  • Ain't Bout To Do
    Ain't Bout To Do
    Talented young rapper Diggy Simmons is currently in the lab working on a new EP entitled Out Of This World, and today he's shared a very promising first taste of the project. "Ain't Bout To Do" snags the guys behind "Don't Panic" (French Montana and DJ Mustard), and turns out a club-ready banger.
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