She Just Wanna
Lil Durk Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Lil Durk continues to roll out new music ahead of his upcoming Lildurk2x project. Last week, the OTF rapper linked up with ATL’s Peewee Longway for “Want The Money,” and now today he’s back with T.G.O.D.’s Ty Dolla Sign for another new release called “She Just Wanna.”
Casey Veggies Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Casey Veggies shared his Customized Greatly 4: The Return Of The Boy mixtape on Friday, and the 11-track effort plays a whole lot like an album. Stacked with features from the likes of Tory Lanez, Chris Brown, Dom Kennedy, and production from everyone from Harry Fraud to Hit-Boy, Veggies' latest definitely has a winning roster of collaborators, but of course, it's the Inglewood rapper's effortless charisma that keeps listeners coming back.
Big TC & D. Loc Feat. AngelGold & Ty Dolla $ign
This afternoon, we premiered a new mixtape from two artists that are currently locked up. They haven't let that stop their grind, evidently, as they've somehow recorded an 18-track project (features and all) from prison. I'm referring to Big TC and D. Loc, both of whom received minor fame thanks to TC's younger brother Ty Dolla $ign. Ty Dolla notably named his debut album Free TC, and has been outspoken about his brother's wrongful murder conviction.
Faithful (Bay Remix)
Bobby Brackins Feat. Iamsu! & Ty Dolla $ign
Bobby Brackins has been quietly pumping out hits for the last few years, co-writing songs like Chris Brown's "Loyal," Tinashe's "2 On," as well as putting out his own records with features from the likes of Jeremih, Zendaya, and Mila J. One of his longest running collaborators is Ty Dolla $ign, who showed up on his new record, "Faithful," earlier this year, and today, Bobby has shared a new version of the track, deemed the "Bay Remix," and calling upon Iamsu! for the assist. Of course, Bobby originally hails from Oakland, so it's no mystery why he decided to put on for the region, and Su!
Rich The Kid Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Rich the Kid has just come through with his long-awaited Trap Talk mixtape, and the tracklist shows surprisingly few collabs compared to Rich's past tape. The collabs that do show up, though, are there for a reason. One of the Trap Talk tracks that should be among the first to blow is "911," featuring and produced by Ty Dolla $ign. "911" refers to the Porsche 911, a vehicle in which both Rich and Ty have experienced some illicit activity.
Slow Down (Doin' Too Much)
Problem Feat. Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign & Deray Davis
Scanning the tracklist of Problem's new mixtape, Hotel 2: The Master Suite, you'll come across a number of exciting features, but by the time you get to "Doin' Too Much," you might be tempted to skip directly to the record, and it wouldn't necessarily be a bad choice.
Rhythm Of The Drum
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. Akon
Ty Dolla $ign is intent on paying his respects to his R&B forefathers by hitting them up for dope collaborations. His debut album, Free TC, featured acts like Babyface, Jagged Edge, and R. Kelly. He's now hooked up with a legend of slightly more contemporary status, but a legend nonetheless: Akon. The Konvict appears next to Ty on the ultra-smooth "Rhythm of the Drum."
Ty Dolla $ign
As if “Like A Drug” wasn't enough for you, Ty Dolla Sign decided to share a double dose of new music for us today off his deluxe edition of Free TC. Here goes the second offering called “Westside.” Picking up the tempo with this one, the Taylor Gang crooner puts on for his hometown and the girls from the Westside on this club-ready banger. Take a listen to the left coast anthem and let us know what you think.
Like A Drug
Ty Dolla $ign
As promised, Ty Dolla Sign came through tonight and released a deluxe edition of his latest album Free TC, featuring four additional records including “Wavy” & “Long Time.” While fans can show their support on iTunes, the Taylor Gang member decided to post two of the remaining unheard records on his soundcloud page today for the hell of it.
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. Quavo
Ty Dolla $ign recently revealed that his extremely underrated debut album, Free TC, would be re-released with some new tracks in the near future, and today, he appears to have delivered one of those bonus cuts. "Long Time" has a lot to live up to given its collaborators, Quavo and Metro Boomin, and naturally, they both deliver on their contributions to the song, which thanks to Metro, cruises along at a steady clip, but never breaks from a smoky, ambient feel.
Work From Home
Fifth Harmony Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Fifth Harmony primarily operates in the pop lane. Their new single "Work From Home" swerves into the realm of Ratchet&B, with a little help help of Ty Dolla $ign. Director X, the man behind the "Work" and "Hotline Bling" music videos, directed "Work From Home." It's set on a construction site, but like the porn version. Lot's of gripping sledgehammers and other stiff wooden objects going on here. "Work From Home" is the most tolerable Fifth Harmony song yet and will likely receive heavy radio rotation in the coming months.
What Are We Doing
Race Banyon Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Red Bull Sound Select always manages to put together some unusually fantastic collaborations, and “What Are We Doing” is no different. The track sees New Zealand singer/producer Race Banyon (who posts most of his music under the moniker Lontalius) collaborating with Ty Dolla $ign and co-producing the track with DJ Dahi.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign have teamed up for some excellent collabs in the couple of years that Ty has been signed to Taylor Gang. Upon seeing the title of their track on Wiz' new album, one might think the duo has dropped off a banger akin to "Post Up." But the Khalifa standout "Lit" is a woozy stoner's anthem on which both TGOD leaders sound inspired by their commitment to all things "fire."
Ty Dolla $ign & HWLS
Yours Truly and adidas continue to bring to life unexpected and exciting collaborations with their Songs from Scratch series. The series often unites hip-hop and R&B artists with lesser-known producers usually hailing from the electronic world.
Bobby Brackins Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
It’s safe to say that Ty Dolla Sign is one of the most sought out after artists in the game right now, whether he’s asked to write, lay down a chorus, or produce, the Taylor Gang member definitely knows how to make a hit.
Church (West Coast Remix)
BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Anderson .Paak
On February 19th, BJ The Chicago Kid will release his anticipated major label debut called In My Mind. Laced with 15 tracks, the follow up to The M.A.F.E. Project will feature guest appearances from Chance The Rapper (“Church”), Big K.R.I.T. (“The Resume”, Buddy, and more.
Kevin Gates Feat. Trey Songz, Ty Dolla $ign & Jamie Foxx
After numerous delays, Kevin Gates's album Islah will hit the digital streets on January 29th. Before that arrives a bonus track from the album has leaked: "Jam," featuring Trey Songz, Ty Dolla $ign and Jamie Foxx. With its sultry acoustic guitar riffs, "Jam" more closely resembles peak mid-'00s Usher than any of the tracks Gates has put out as of late. With Trigga Trey, Ty$, & Foxx setting the mood, Gates describes his sexual exploits in graphic detail. Hint: booty is involved.
No No No
AngelGold Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, TeeCee4800 & Big TC
It’s a family affair on “No No No,” with RnB singer Angel Gold inviting her brothers Ty Dolla $ign and Big TC, and her cousin TeeCee4800 to be featured on the track. Clearly talent runs in the family, but this is the first time we're hearing all of them on one track.
Nef The Pharaoh Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Eric Bellinger
Nef The Pharaoh capped off a breakout 2015 with his Nef The Pharaoh EP, and he's got plans to keep that momentum alive in 2016 with an upcoming EP entirely produced by Cardo, Neffy Got Wings.
Destructo Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & iLoveMakonnen
Destructo is a 45-year-old electronic music producer who has recently teamed up with the likes of YG, Problem, and Jahlil Beats for some electronic/hip hop fusion. He continues to make inroads into the world of hip hop with his latest track, "4Real" feat. Ty Dolla $ign and iLoveMakonnen.