Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih were slated to drop off their joint album Mih-Ty back in February during the 2018 NBA All Star-Weekend. After several delays, the project has finally touched down. Hitmaka, the producer who constructed the project, was the one that teased the album for a February release. When the project failed to show up, Ty Dolla $ign affirmed that Mih-Ty would drop at the top of the Summer. While speaking with Zane Lowe, Ty claimed, “Next month I’m dropping a whole another project with me and my brother Jeremih... It’s nothing but smashes. We did it with my bro Hitmaka. He produced the whole shit, so it’s like a consistent album of bangers. I promise you, we probably did like tops... eight sessions, maybe less than that. And we got like 60 songs, and we had to choose like 13-14. So there’s leftovers from that project that we could probably give away to some of the homies.”

The Summer came and went without a sight of Mih-Ty. Fans began to worry that the crooners would never release the album. Ty and Jeremih are men of their word though, as the 11-track project hit streaming platforms on Friday (October 26). While Mih-Ty doesn't reach the 13-14 song affirmation from Ty, the album is more than enough for those who didn't know if the music would see the light of day. Featuring appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown, and French Montana, Mih-Ty is available now on Tidal and Apple Music