Ty Dolla $ign Songs

  • Shell Shocked
    Shell Shocked
    Taylor Gang members Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and Ty Dolla $ign have come together in the name of the new Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, and "Shell Shocked" pays tribute to the film far beyond its title.That's right, Juicy J is dropping Shredder references, as the rest of the team plays up the camaraderie of the Turtles in the subsequent verses. Kill The Noise and Madsonik supply the EDM-leaning backdrop on this one.
  • You & Your Friends
    You & Your Friends
    After finding success with his auto-tuned anthem "We Dem Boyz", Wiz Khalifa returns today to unleash his latest single, "You & Your Friends", which definitely has hit potential, on top of feel-good West Coast vibes. 
  • Drunk AF
    Drunk AF
    B.o.B came through as promised with his new mixtape No Genre 2 this morning, and as promised he tackles a bunch of different styles, from more concious rap, to pop, to ratchet. Based off the title alone, you might think this is some straight up ignorant shit, but the production isn't that ratchet, it's actually kind of radio friendly. Producer Ty Dolla $ign kicks things off with a melody of strings that soon turns into piano keys, but the strings are brought back intermittently for the hook. In addition to production, Ty Dolla $ign also has a verse on the track.
  • Dead Wrong
    Dead Wrong
    Trey Songz's new album, Trigga, just began streaming today, and now we've got another individual track from the release. Featuring Ty Dolla $ign, "Dead Wrong" finds the pair of crooners taking females back to their hotel rooms after finding them in the club.
  • Next To It (CDQ)
    Next To It (CDQ)
    A few days ago Lupe dropped off a new record featuring Ty Dolla $ign, "Next To It," off his forthcoming album Tetsuo & Youth. The song sits in stark contrast to Lupe's last release, the cancer-awareness and thought-provoking record "Mission", as this is Lupe on his ignant tip, spitting about money and hoes. 
  • Next To It
    Next To It
    Earlier tonight, Lupe Fiasco paid a visit to Chicago radio station 107.5 and gave DJ MoonDawg the green light to premiere his new single “Next To It”, featuring Taylor Gang’s own Ty Dolla $ign. The record, which is produced by Ty Dolla and Shafiq Husayn, is the follow up to last month’s release “Mission”, and will live on Lupe's forthcoming LP Tetsuo & Youth.
  • Type Of Shit I Hate
    Type Of Shit I Hate
    Ty Dolla $ign contributed two new cuts to the XXL Freshmen 2014 mixtape, hosted by DJ Drama, which finally dropped today. It's definitely what most fans have been waiting for, and after rolling out all their cyphers and roundtable convos, XXL unleashed the 21-track mixtape this morning. Here's one of the collaborations off the tape, with a feature from Loso, while Ty$ goes in on all the things he hates. He also appears on the tape with "Know U Ain't Shit."
  • Or Nah (Remix)
    Or Nah (Remix)
    After performing at Monday night’s XXL Freshmen concert in New York City, Ty Dolla $ign decided to take to iTunes and release the official remix to his hit single “Or Nah”. However, there’s nothing really new here as the Taylor Gang singer keeps Wiz Khalifa’s verse in tact, and just adds The Weeknd’s raunchy verse that we already heard.
  • Familiar (Remix)
    Familiar (Remix)
    Ty Dolla $ign decides to release a new version of "Familiar" this slow Monday afternoon, grabbing 2 Chainz (whom he collaborated with recently on DJ Mustard's single "Down On Me") to appear on "Familiar." You may recall the original version of "Familiar" featured Travi$ Scott and Fredo Santana, both of whom have been removed from this version. The original appeared on Ty's Beach House EP, which Ty continues to push daily on Twitter.
  • Banger
    Banger
    Following an arrest for weed yesterday in Texas, Wiz let go his 28 Grams mixtape for the fans. The effort from "Trap Wiz" contained no lack of records, with 27 total, and appearances from Juicy J, Ty Dolla $ign, Curren$y the Hot Spitta, Tuki Carter, Chevy Woods and more.
  • Smoke, Drink, Break-Up
    Smoke, Drink, Break-Up
    Mila J continues to let go various remixes of her single "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up." After hitting us with a French Montana edition, Mila J returns to her Ty Dolla $ign remix (it has his same verse from the other mix), adding in Kirko Bangz and Problem.
  • Paranoid (Remix)
    Paranoid (Remix)
    Ty Dolla $ign's "Paranoid" low-key paved the way for the influx of clubby Mustard (and Mustard imitation) tracks we've been hearing lately, ("Show Me", "24 Hours", "Loyal", and most recently "Don't Tell'Em", if you've been keeping track).
  • Down On Me
    Down On Me
    DJ Mustard is prepping his debut album, and just as promised, he's got a single featuring Tity Boi and Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Vegas
    Vegas
    Last we heard from Jazz Lazer was his immense crew track, "Impressive", which scored features from Casey Veggies, Mally Mall, and Rick Ross. He's now back with a Ty Dolla $ign-assisted cut called "Vegas". The track features a beat from Ty's production team, D.R.U.G.S., as well as both a hook and verse from the Beach House crooner. Jazz meanwhile contributes the first verse of the track, paying tribute to his hometown. The song is not currently tied to any particular project.
  • It's My Party
    It's My Party
    Ty Dolla $ign is approaching crossover status. The Ratchet & B singer has now paired up with Icona Pop, most famous for their Charli XCX-penned single, "I Love It". "It's My Party" finds Ty covering a subject he knows a thing or two about, so he's more than comfortable on the pop-leaning track.It's worth noting that Icona Pop may have mistake Waka for Ty$ the other day, but it may have also all been promotion of this single.
  • Yo Chick
    Yo Chick
    There isn't a more popular subject in R&B than "Yo Chick", with singers often singing directly to your main squeeze. Kevin McCall and Ty Dolla $ign's new track is pretty heavy handed with it, as they reveal not only are they able to steal your girl from you, they already have. Ty has been inescapable over the last few months, and as both his album release date, and the warmer weather approaches, we're likely to hear even more from him.  McCall on the other hand, has his ADHD mixtape dropping on April 10th, which this track will be appearing on.
  • Smoke, Drink, Break-Up (Remix)
    Smoke, Drink, Break-Up (Remix)
    Los Angeles singer Mila J is not only the older sister to songstress Jhene Aiko, but she is making a name for herself with her buzzing single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up”. Following the video debut a few days ago, Mila J returns today with the official remix. For the new remix, Jhene sister does not look far as she calls on video co-star Ty Dolla $ign to add his magic touch. The original version of this record will appear on her upcoming album M.I.L.A. (Made In Los Angeles), which is due out later this year via Motown Records. 
  • Paranoid (Keymix)
    Paranoid (Keymix)
    Looks like we've got a new leak off of the upcoming BSB Vol. 4 mix, this time in the form of his remix, (erm, Keymix?) to Ty Dolla $ign's stellar "Paranoid." Does Troy Ave's version destroy Ty Dolla's own or does it pale in comparison? Maybe it doesn't need to be a competition, as Troy Ave displays his strengths fluidly here.
  • For Life
    For Life
    The Allumni's Sean Brown has a mixtape dropping later today, and he's now shared the final leak off of the project. "For Life" features a hook from the much sought after, and extremely prolific Ty Dolla $ign, which finds him in ballad mode, rather than delivering the upbeat "ratchet" R&B he's known for. The track bears resemblance to YG's Sorry Momma from My Krazy Life, with Sean Brown breaking out some personally reflective verses while Ty belts out the hook.
  • Choosey
    Choosey
    Inglewood's Disko aka Disko Boogie gets an assist from Ty Dolla $ign on his new track, "Choosey", hopping on a beat that sounds like something Ty's pop-minded but decidedly west coast D.R.U.G.S. production team would come out with, but is actually the work of Boogie himself. The track is also blessed with a characteristically cartoonish verse from E-40, who continues to bring it with every 16, and sound completely at home on new-school production.
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