Ty Dolla $ign Songs

  • 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.
  • In Her Lane
    In Her Lane
    Kirko Bangz and Ty Dolla $ign are two artists that very much occupy their own lanes, but they've teamed up to share a lane they know a thing or two about -- "Her Lane". The new record is a crawling R&B record, built off of some collapsing guitar chords, and led by a strong Ty hook. Meanwhile, Kirko stays in the pocket somewhere between singing and rapping, drenching his voice in a generous serving of auto-tune, which lends to the syrup-y sounds of the record.
  • Get On It
    Get On It
    We first introduced you to Angel Gold with the premiere of her record "Can We." Now the singer has returned, with Too Short by her side, for another sexy record, "Get On It." For those unfamiliar with the artist, she's actually the sister of r'n'b's new reigning king Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Post Up
    Post Up
    Since Ty Dolla $ign alligned himself with Taylor Gang a couple years back, he's been the crew's secret weapon. The singer has shown up on plenty of Wiz Khalifa tracks, often supplying the hook, if not some production, and here he laces Wiz with both. While Ty and Khalifa get equal billing on "Post Up," it's a Dolla $ign track for the most part, with the singer handling everything but a 16 handed to Wiz.
  • Choosey
    Young Sam just dropped off his TRAPfornia 2 mixtape this morning, after putting it on hold for a minute and recruiting two of the West Coast's biggest DJs to host it- DJ Mustard and DJ Carisma. The project features fourteen records, with appearances from a bunch of West Coast staples, including, Ty Dolla $ign, E-40, Glasses Malone, AD, Disko Boogie and Joses Moses. On the chilled out cuffin' anthem "Choosey," Sam is helped along by a Ty Dolla hook and verses from both an California OG and a newcomer.
  • Stand For (Alternate Version)
    Stand For (Alternate Version)
    Ty Dolla $ign's first single off his debut album Free TC, "Stand For," successfully merged his ratchet r'n'b sound with a powerful message to stand up for what you believe in. The song is produced by Diplo and DJ Dahi, and the former producer decided to share an alternate version of the track on his Soundcloud. You can hear some of the elements that made the final track here, and perhaps distinguish the contributions DJ Dahi made. The production is a bit more stripped down, with less drums at play. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.
  • Drop That Kitty
    Drop That Kitty
    Still riding the success wave of his latest hit “Stand For”, Ty Dolla $ign returns today with his newest offering called “Drop That Kitty” featuring Tinashe & Charle XCX.
  • Full House
    Full House
    Next week, Ear Drummers signees Two-9 will drop off their mixtape B4FRVR, and today they've got just the thing to get us all hype for it: a Metro Boomin-produced track with two key Taylor Gang features. "Full House" stars the ATL crew's sub-group Retro Su$h! (consisting of Jace and Ceej) alongside Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa.
  • Thug It Out
    Thug It Out
    Just a few hours ago, Taylor Gang's Chevy Woods released the third installment of his Gangland series, featuring contributions from his TGOD crewmates Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign. The last of those guests on "Thug It Out," a short but sweet track near the back end of the project.  Dolla $ign also co-produced the track with Taylor Gang's gun-for-hire Ricky P, crafting a melodic banger that features a great verse from Chevy to boot.  Quotable Lyrics
  • 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.
  • Always Into Something (Remix)
    Always Into Something (Remix)
    Stalley's Ohio single, "Always Into Something" scored an L.A. presence with the increasingly in-demand Ty Dolla $ign providing the hook, and a new remix only increases that presence. Two generations of Cali are represented in the addition of newcomer Casey Veggies, and OG Kurupt. 
  • Refresh / Say No More
    Refresh / Say No More
    Although Wiz Khalifa hasn't announced any new projects for 2015, the past few weeks have seen him dropping new one-offs at a fairly consistent clip. The last of these, "Smoke Chambers," saw him getting very trippy over a Mac DeMarco sample, and now he's gone further down the rabbit hole with a new one by the name of "Refresh / Say No More."
  • Blah Blah Blah (Remix)
    Blah Blah Blah (Remix)
    Following the release of last week’s “Around The World”, Rich Homie Quan decides to take to iTunes tonight and drop off the official remix to his track “Blah Blah Blah” featuring Fabolous, Ty Dolla Sign and Dej Loaf.