Not only do Wiz & Ty$ drop a new record, they preface “Post Up” by saying this is the first offering for their upcoming collab EP, Talk About It In The Morning, that’ll drop later this month. (That title is sage advice, btw.)
This one has a bounce to it that Ty Dolla $ign crafts, as they both tell a story of the lifestyle in broader terms. Ride to this one below.
Last night at Big Sean’s Grammy Weekend set at the HoB Sunset, the stars were out and it was Kanye who took over the headlines. He called out Nike real quick up above saying, “Y’all should thank Nike because they made me make these songs right here,” West says before performing ‘New Slaves'”.
Also partaking as part of Big Sean’s set was Travi$ Scott, Justin Bieber, Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, Tyga, YG and DJ Mustard for “IDFWU”. And as you can tell in the photo below too, J. Lo, J. Cole, and the Jenners were at the show too.
Finally, be sure to also peep an entertaining video of Kanye letting an aspiring rapper spit some bars to him last night. Love that guy’s thankful reaction at the very end, haha.
Jeremih didn’t capitalize on the summer smash but semi-redeems himself with the new music video above for the remix. Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana join him and a flock of seductive women that you probably expected to see. See for yourself above.
One of the sneaky, and perhaps surprising contributors on “Only One” was none other than Ty Dolla $ign, who has some background vocals in the ballad.
In a new interview with Billboard, Ty expanded on working with Kanye and said that there’s a collab including him, Kanye, Paul McCartney, and Rihanna coming soon… I’m in on that.
“It’s gonna drop soon. I heard they shot the video recently. I don’t know what the final title is, but I know it’s crazy so just be looking out for [it].”
“Just take my time and really examine what’s dope and what’s not. He reminds me of myself a lot. [He has] all the homies around, everybody being like ‘yes’ or ‘no’ [about a song]. Also, be real critical about what you do, [and] not just let anything go out there.
At first, I was wondering what he was gonna’ think and all that shit, but I was like ‘I’ma just do this like I’m doing it for myself’ and everybody fucked with it. I gave that nervous shit up a couple years back and that’s when I was able to get it pippin.’ At first, I ain’t gon’ lie, I used to be a little nervous about what people were gon’ think about my music but once I let that go, then everything started happening.”