Ty Dolla $ign Songs

  • Same Nigga
    Same Nigga
    Producer Key Wane has been busy working since dropping off his mixtape So Many Keys 2 almost exactly a year ago. The Finally Famous affiliate produced Big Sean's "4th Quarter" record, and today he delivers a new single featuring Ty Dolla $ign. Key Wane incorporates some soulfulness and a piano melody into the chilled out "Same Nigga," and Ty Dolla promises that, despite his rise to fame/success, he's still the same dude. 
  • Wake Up
    Wake Up
    It’s been a minute since we last received a project from Lil Chuckee, but tonight that all changed as Chuckee dropped off his appropriately titled mixtape Over Due. Laced with 20 tracks, here goes one of the standout cuts from the tape called “Wake Up” featuring production and hook from Ty Dolla $ign. Aimed at the clubs, Chuckee & Ty deliver a West Coast sounding record that finds both artists missing & thinking about their special ladies. Ty Dolla has been turning everything he touches into gold lately, and this is no exception.
  • Twerk It
    Twerk It
    Project Pat snags features from two of his most famous Taylor Gang affiliates on "Twerk It." Intended for the emcee's upcoming Cheeze N Dope 3 mixtape hosted by MMG’s DJ Scream, the track also features a closing verse from Wale and club-ready production from the reliable KE On The Track. Check for this one in strip clubs across America.
  • Stand For
    Stand For
    After releasing the Iamsu!-featured track “Lies & Dreams” earlier this week, Ty Dolla Sign decided to keep the new music rolling Friday night and stop by the LA Leakers to premiere his brand new single “Stand For”.
  • In This Thang
    In This Thang
    Blaq Tuxedo just dropped their new mixtape Red Flowerz. While the tape is filled with highlights, perhaps none shined as bright as this brand new collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign and Iamsu!. The production, courtesy of D&D, has a throwback west coast vibe, complete with bouncy synths and a classic "This Is How We Do It" reference. Check out the track and let us know what you think.
  • Lies & Dreams
    Lies & Dreams
    To hold fans over until his upcoming album, Free TC, impacts, Taylor Gang’s Ty Dolla $ign decides to release this new track tonight called “Lies & Dreams” featuring HBK Gang member Iamsu!
  • 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.
  • 24 Hours (Remix)
    24 Hours (Remix)
    Teeflii's "24 Hours" seems to be just starting to pick up a notable buzz, of course, having Chris Brown and Trey Songz remix your track never hurts. The song which is produced by DJ Mustard and originally featured 2 Chainz now gets a remix courtesy of DJ Carisma and the artist himself, calling upon New York's o
  • Ain’t Fu**in’ With Her
    Ain’t Fu**in’ With Her
    Young Chop's Still is finally in stores and, if the reception to the singles thus far has been any indicator, the project is well worth a listen. Haven't had a chance to hear the other drops? Well, "Ain't Fuckin' Wit Her" should be a more than ample introduction. Featuring verses from Ty Dolla $ign & Cap-1, this R&B flavored departure from Chop's typically more hard-hitting productions finds the two emcees passing on women who don't meet their particular standards.
  • Childish
    Vell continues to feed the streets. After hitting us with his DJ Mustard-produced banger “D.O.A.”, the Oakland rapper decides to follow that up with another new track called “Childish” featuring Taylor Gang’s own Ty Dolla $ign. With Ty Dolla holding down the hook, Vell comes through and delivers some braggadocious rhymes over the DJ Mustard & Lamar Jayy-produced club banger. Look for this to live on his upcoming mixtape, Stay Down to Come Up, which is dropping tomorrow by the way. 
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    Dej Loaf has been buzzing in the streets these past few months thanks to her street hit "Try Me" which has already seen numerous remixes from well known artists like Wiz Khalifa, Lil Durk, E-40, Vado, & Lil Mama to name a few. Tonight, the Detroit rapper decides to unleash the long awaited official remix featuring Ty Dolla $ign & Remy
  • Last Nite (2 Turnt Up)
    Last Nite (2 Turnt Up)
    YG Hootie already dropped a song from the collection of tracks filed under "punch a hole through the wall" on his upcoming tape, and now here's one from the tape's other half, specifically the "radio ready sex jams" half. With Waka Flocka Flame guesting on the first one, entitled "Can't Check Me," in-demand crooner Ty Dolla $ign shows up for "Last Nite (2 Turnt Up)."
  • King Of The Fall (Remix)
    King Of The Fall (Remix)
    After we had the pleasure of premiering The Weeknd's new mix of "Often" with Ricky Rozay and ScHoolboy Q, The Weeknd continues a remix run with a fresh take on his "King of the Fall" track. It was first released just as the rapper announced his successful KOTF tour with ScHoolboy Q and Jhene Aiko.
  • 1 Time
    1 Time
    Snow Tha Product is looking to make noise in the mainstream, or at least come up outta the underground, with her new single "1 Time" featuring Ty Dolla $ign on the hook. It's a pretty smooth collaboration, complete with scratches and a strumming guitar- no word on who produced this, but whoever it is, they did a good job.
  • Don't Tell 'Em (Remix)
    Don't Tell 'Em (Remix)
    Yesterday both Jeremih and French Montana teased the cover art for the official remix of Jeremih's hit single "Don't Tell 'Em." Today Jeremih has followed up with the song itself, premiered by Rolling Stone this morning.
  • No Feelings
    No Feelings
    Tomorrow, Cap 1 will drop the sequel to January's Caviar Dreams tape, and he's decided to leak a track from it a day early. "No Feelings" features Ty Dolla $ign, who is surprisingly handed a guest verse rather than a hook.
  • Geronimo
    DJ/producer Clinton Sparks is prepared to drop a new album, ICONoclast, tomorrow and before he delivers the finished project he's letting fans hear one last single. He's enlisted singers T-Pain and Ty Dolla $ign as well as HBK Gang's Sage The Gemini for assistance on the dance record "Geronimo." Strong EDM influences on this, so it may not be for your average hip-hop fan. This follows up his last leak with T.I. "UV Love."
  • She Don't Know
    She Don't Know
    With Dreams Worth More Than Money still awaiting a solid release date, the internet continues to hear new music from the LP. The latest drop, "She Don't Know," features a tight chorus from 2014's hook-man of the year Ty Dolla $ign and bass-heavy production from the one and only DJ Mustard. "She Don't Know" was first previewed back in March via a live performance at CIAA weekend.
  • Pull Up
    Pull Up
    Over the course of his 20 year plus career, Jermaine Dupri has worked with everyone from Ludacris to Mariah Carey, and clearly has enough pull to collaborate with whoever he wants. Though he doesn't release music all that often, today is one of those rare occasions. The former So So Def label head calls upon Ty Dolla $ign and Migos to assist him on his new track "Pull Up." Dolla $ign and the Migo gang, who previously linked up on Streets On Lock 3's sure highlight "Island," sound right at home alongside each other despite their coastal differences. 
  • My Main
    My Main
    "Main bitch" is term usually used by males to describe their number one, the girl who's potentially "relationship material." But on Mila J's new song "My Main" (just the clean version for now), the singer uses the term to represent her best friend, the one who will always hold her down -- her "ride or die" if you will. Nabbing the tried and true power duo of Pushaz Ink's Ty Dolla $ign and Dj Mustard, Mila outfits her track with the finest beat and guest verse that Cali money can buy.  Y'all feel this one or nah?