Kranium releases the official visuals to his previously released single “Can’t Believe” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Wizkid.
Now signed to Atlantic Records, Jamaican-bred “singjay” Kranium is hoping to make his own ground in the states.
Having already connected with Ty$ on “Nobody Has To Know” (Wizkid also linked with Ty$ on a pair of songs on Sounds From The Other Side as well) on Kranium is aiming straight for the summertime party scene with this one.
Machine Gun Kelly’s latest album Bloom may have one Urban sounding song and Trap Paris’ was is definitely that one. It was also one of the standouts from the Bad Boy/Interscope Records set so we’re surprised it hasn’t really blown up yet.
MGK has joined forces with Ty Dolla Sign and Quavo for a luxurious looking video for their collaboration today. Quavo and Ty Dolla $ign, MGK enjoy a French holiday in a mansion where they live like hip-hop royalty: supermodels brush their teeth, eat escargot in front of them in a very seductive manner and pour enough butter and syrup on Kelly’s massive stack of pancakes to inundate the moat that probably surrounds a castle like this one.
Seriously though, the colors pop nicely in the visuals, shifting from red to blue to yellow and back again, morphing based on whose verse is taking center stage. It’s a very solid music video that accompanies a very solid track from Kelly’s newest batch of tracks.
Meek Mill keeps with his trend of dropping new music ahead of his upcoming Wins & Losses album.
After linking up with Yo Gotti a couple weeks ago for the song “Top Lookin Down” & then following that up with a solo record last week called “Glow Up,” the MMG rapper decides to keep things moving tonight by dropping off a new single on iTunes called “Whatever You Need” which features R&B singers Chris Brown & Ty Dolla Sign.
Aiming this one at the ladies & radio play, take a listen to the DJ Mustard-produced ballad and let us know what you think.
Ty Dolla $ign and Cashmere Cat reunite on Cashmere’s debut album “9” for an R&B ballad that makes the best use of their strengths.
The shiny slow jam titled Infinite Stripes is co-written with the one-and-only Starrah, known for lending her pen to hits from Rihanna, Kevin Gates, Drake, Nicki Minaj, and more. Ty stretches his voice to the limit on the hook, singing to an ex who’s now having second thoughts about leaving him.
It’s one of his most the most emotional vocal performances we’ve heard from the singer, and one that’s perfectly complimented by Cashmere’s warm synth textures.
Anderson. Paak is currently working on a new album at the moment but that’s not stopping him from promoting his debut effort, Malibu, still.
With no warning at all, the Grammy nominated artist decides to come through today and share another remix to his Hi-Tek produced record “Come Down” featuring guest verses from Schoolboy Q & Ty Dolla Sign.
Check out the official video for 2 Chainz’ star-studded collaboration, “It’s A Vibe” featuring Trey Songz, Ty Dolla $ign & Jhené Aiko.
The Atlanta rap star kicks off the visual in a sexy lounge club where he enjoys the company of some beautiful woman and a live band. The next vibe brings forth Ty Dolla, who sings his portion in a strip club kind of setting. Meanwhile, Trigga plays an alluring passenger in a drop top convertible, kicking game to a model.
Jhené’s vibe is also quite dark, as she plays the role of this mysterious location’s boss. Counting money while getting her feet massaged, she sings about busting it wide.
“It’s a Vibe” is a single off 2 Chainz’ forthcoming album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. Initially set for release this month, the album has been pushed back to an undetermined date.
Rising rapper Nef The Pharaoh teams up with Ty Dolla $ign for the sexually charged jam “Back Out.” Continuing the recent trend of flute rap, Architekz laces Nef & Ty with a mischievous beat that’s sure to pop off in the clubs. The lyrics are most definitely x-rated, a fact fully embraced by Nef:
“This is just a fun song for the ladies. I’m more vulgar than Ty so with him on the song, it makes it less offensive, haha.”
Ty Dolla $ign drops the second verse, giving an in depth analysis of his sexual prowess and fondness for mild S&M. The track is the latest single from Nef’s The Chang Project, slated for release on April 28th.
After his performance at Coachella over the weekend, Mac Miller decided to take Twitter Tuesday night and share a heartfelt message to his fans thanking them for their support for his work on The Divine Feminine…
“Hello world, wanted to take a moment to thank you for supporting me with doing something different. I took a step in a different direction and made something that was very special to me. You all heard me speak from a different perspective and to all of you who embraced that just know you are appreciated nothing will ever top seeing something I create grow from an idea in my brain into something that others can appreciate. I just wanted to take a second to thank you guys for listening to an album I created about love and the blissful high we seek from it. So with that, here’s one more video,” Mac wrote on twitter.
Immeditely following the message, Mac rolled out a new video short film for his track “Cinderella” featuring Ty Dolls Sign.
Jeremih teams up with Ty Dolla $ign and Bay Area rapper Sage The Gemini for a smooth collaboration titled “Don’t Get Much Better,” off the soundtrack to The Fate of the Furious.
The R&B hitmaker kicks off the summery jam with a feel-good turn up ready verse, singing out to a new girl about celebrating the good life.
“Panties and problems, put them to the side / Pop that champagne glass up to the sky / Why not just live havin’ a hell of a time,” he sings.
Dolla $ign comes through second with a rap/sung verse about beating the odds. “We done been through it all / They was praying on our downfall / We moved mountains, knocked down the walls,” he raps.
Sage follows up third with a slick verse of his own about winning, “I’m getting pretty good at the good life / Every play that I make is a highlight / I got a girl that put the good good in a good night.”
The Fate of the Furious hit theaters today, meanwhile the 14-track soundtrack includes features from Migos, Kehlani, Young Thug, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Pitbull, 21 Savage, and more.
Take a listen to “Don’t Get Much Better” below.