DJ Mustard Songs

  • 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
    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.
  • WuzHaninDoe
    WuzHaninDoe
    As we learned on his early tapes like 601 & Snort, Florida's Gunplay is capable of spitting over anything, from gritty RZA tracks to bombastic MMG singles. Today, he faces a new challenge: the West Coast style of ratchet music. Assisting him on his new single "WuzHaninDoe" are the dream team of YG and DJ Mustard, who do little to stifle their usual sound.
  • Only Right
    Only Right
    Ty Dolla $ign definitely holds his crew down. If that wasn't apparent by the fact that he named his debut album after a homie who's currently locked up, TC, then it's definitely obvious on his latest single, which features friends that rap: YG, Joe Moses and TeeCee. Plus another homie, Mustard, is on the boards. Basically Ty was like, hey guys, let's record a single (or so I imagine).
  • Post To Be (Remix)
    Post To Be (Remix)
    Even if you haven't actually heard Omarion, Jhene Aiko and Chris Brown's November track "Post To Be," you've definitely heard about Aiko's "Eat the booty like groceries" line on the track, as it continues to pick up steam on social media.
  • Can't Fade Us
    Can't Fade Us
    Since leaving Bad Boy and signing to RCA, King Los has kept a pretty low profile. He finally made his return with the Marsha Ambrosius-featured single "War," which we premiered the other week. The single was oh so soulful, and set the expectation for Los' debut album God Money War.
  • Be Real (Capo Remix)
    Be Real (Capo Remix)
    Last week, we heard Jim Jones go in over Nicki Minaj's "Truffle Butter", and he's back with a remix of Kid Ink and Dej Loaf's Mustard-produced hit "Be Real". Jones brings along fellow NY rapper Trav for what they're calling the "Capo Remix".  Trav takes Loaf's place on the hook, while the Dipset CEO raps about his no-snitchin' hustler's mentality. We've seen G-Unit freestyle over hot '90s records lately, but it's good to see one of the OGs testing out the Mustard sound.  Let's just be honest: Hit or nah? 
  • 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.
  • 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.
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