Ty Dolla $ign Songs

  • 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? 
  • Nobody Has To Know (Major Lazer & KickRaux Remix)
    Nobody Has To Know (Major Lazer & KickRaux Remix)
    Reggae crooner Kranium's summer anthem "Nobody Has To Know" continues to buzz. After getting a Ty Dolla $ign remix in May, it gets remixed twice over into a positivity-radiating dancehall bouncer by Major Lazer & KickRaux.
  • 100 (CDQ)
    100 (CDQ)
    We heard the radio rip last week, but now Travis Barker has released his new West Coast crew track in it's full CDQ glory. Barker puts on for Cali by enlisting a who's who of artists from the region, with contributions from Kid Ink, Iamsu!, Ty Dolla $ign, and Tyga. Travis' production has also aligned itself with the post-Mustard sound of the area, delivering a much bouncier instrumental than we've previously heard from him.
  • Big Tymin' (Remix)
    Big Tymin' (Remix)
    Nef The Pharaoh has arrived. The Bay Area newcomer already had a big underground hit on his hands with the old school Cash Money-referencing "Big Tymin'," but now it's gonna blow up. Why? Ty Dolla $ign and YG have teamed up with him for a remix.
  • 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?
  • 100 (Radio Rip)
    100 (Radio Rip)
    Drake and The Game just released a track called "100," but it certainly be the last song we hear under the title. Travis Barker has just dropped a new crew track that uses the same title, bringing West Coasters Kid Ink, Iamsu!, Ty Dolla Sign, and Tyga out for the occasion.
  • Lean On (Remix)
    Lean On (Remix)
    While we await for news on his upcoming debut album Free TC, Ty Dolla Sign decides to hop on Major Lazer’s international smash hit, “Lean On”, in the meantime and give it the remix treatment. Leaving the uplifting, feel-good instrumentals intact, Ty leads things off by effortlessly crooning about going home with the ladies thanks to his fancy whips, loud kush, and deep pockets. If you’re fan of this record or the Taylor Gang crooner, then you should definitely vibe with this remix. This has clubs and festival season all over it. 
  • Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson
    After letting fans the DJ Premier-produced cut "The Plug" the other week, Papoose is back this Monday morning with another leak off the upcoming album You Can't Stop Destiny. We heard a few shout outs from Remy Ma on the very New York "The Plug," but here she delivers a proper verse with assistance from Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Blasé
    Blasé
    It's still early in the day, but Friday is looking to be a strong one for new music. After getting a new Meek Mill leak off DWMTM, featuring Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign follows suit with a drop from his highly anticipated album Free TC.
  • Loving You
    Loving You
    Trey Songz is releasing TRIGGA Reloaded tomorrow June 23rd. Before you scope the whole project listen to this juicy record "Loving You" from Trey and Ty Dolla $ign. Trey flips the signature line of musical "RENT" into a vintage hook over a beat that is so Ty Dolla $ it's ridiculous. It seems like he uses the same synth sound and bass line every song, but if it ain't broken, don't fix it.
  • L.A.
    L.A.
    We're still not entirely sure when we'll be getting Ty Dolla $ign's debut album, Free T.C., but today, we at least get to hear the most anticipated track from it. "L.A." features Kendrick Lamar and R&B Group D&D.
  • Tryna Fuck
    Tryna Fuck
    Thus far, Juicy J's kept the music from his upcoming album, THC: The Hustle Continues, under wraps, but today we catch a leak of one of the project's biggest tracks, approved by the Juiceman himself. "Tryna Fuck" features Juicy's Taylor Gang cohort Ty Dolla $ign, and more surprisingly, Drake. Listen below.
  • Your Money
    Your Money
    After taking everyone's beats last summer for Takin Niggas Beats, RJ is bringing us the second instalment in his fan-favorite mixtape OMMIO.
  • 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).
  • Nobody Has To Know (Remix)
    Nobody Has To Know (Remix)
    Kranium's "Nobody Has To Know" has been buzzing for a minute, but now that he's signed to Atlantic Records, they've unleashed their secret weapon -- the Ty Dolla $ign feature. While the Ty$ feature doesn't fit perfectly everywhere (though it's always great in its own way), the L.A. crooner works surprisingly well on this dancehall record.
  • 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.
  • Do Ya
    Do Ya
    Oakland’s Da Boy Dame is making his HNHH debut tonight, and he’s doing so in grand fashion. Calling on R&B heavyweights Ty Dolla $ign, Adrian Marcel, and Eric Bellinger for assistance, here goes Da Boy’s brand new single “Do Ya”.
  • Judge It
    Judge It
    For their new EP, Talk About It In The Morning, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign enlisted the help of L.A. trio The BMMB (Black Market Music Brokers) for some production, live instrumentation and singing, with two of the release's five tracks featuring contributions from the relatively unknown group. One of them is opener "Judge It," and their sultry psychedelia meshes with the Taylor Gang duo's blunted sound perfectly on the opening track. 
  • The Summer League
    The Summer League
    Wale's new album, The Album About Nothing, is due out in a week. To give it an extra promotional push, the rapper has released a new joint that will not appear on the album. The summer-ready record, aptly titled "The Summer League," features Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign, and was premiered today on Hot 97. What do you think of it? Stay tuned for the CDQ.
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