It looks like Ty Dolla Sign is going to have another monster year in 2015. Along with his highly-anticipated debut album Free TC, the Taylor Gang crooner has some monster collabs that are on the way, specifically with Kanye West.
For some, a New Year's Day is just another day — except a little newer. That's the impression you'd get from a quick glance at rap Twitter. Old grievances carried on to 2015. But that's OK, because there are only three things that matter: new Migos, new Kanye West and Plain Pat.
Next year, hopefully in March or April, Ty Dolla $ign will be dropping his hotly-anticipated debut album, Free TC. Thus far, virtually all we know about the album is that "Stand For" will be the lead single, but today we get some additional info.
2014 hip hop wouldn't have been the same without Pushaz Ink -- the crew made up of DJ Mustard, YG, and Ty Dolla $ign. All three of the artists manage to infiltrate the radio, and influence those around them, and they always sounded best when they were working togethger.
Tyga and Chris Brown previously teamed up for a mixtape called Fan Of A Fan in 2010, and though they announced that the second installment would be released as an album, we still haven't gotten it yet.
While not quite as blatantly as his Taylor Gang leader, Ty Dolla $ign is pretty up front about his infatuation with weed. So it's not a surprise that when the L.A. singer's bus was pulled over in Iowa, it reportedly reeked of kush smoke.
The last we heard from Mila J was in late August when the singer-songwriter recruited the power of Ty Dolla $ign and DJ Mustard for her hit single "My Main." The track, well-received by our readers as well as the mainstream radio, paved the way for M.I.L.A.
Ty Dolla $ign is currently making his way across the U.S. and Canada for his "In Too Deep" tour. The tour kicked off at the end of September, but if you haven't bought yourself tickets yet, you're in luck, 'cause we'll be giving away one pair for most of the remaining city stops.
Last night, Jeremih celebrated his DJ Mustard-produced single "Don't Tell Em" going gold by sharing the artwork for his upcoming album Late Nights: The Album. What we didn't know (at the time) was that an official remix of "Don't Tell Em" was also on the way.
This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 10 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion.
Ty Dolla $ign's rolodex is rapidly filling up with big names. After collaborating with everyone from Lupe Fiasco to Snoop Dogg this year, the L.A.-based singer was hoping to snag Drake for the remix of his song "Or Nah," but wound up linking up with another huge artist after Drizzy failed to deliver his verse.