Posts Tagged ‘Ty Dolla $ign’

New Video: Jacquees feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Quavo – B.E.D. (Remix)


Pull back the covers and lay it down for Jacquees. The Rich Gang R&B star has finally delivered the anticipated visuals for the remix to his hit single, “B.E.D.”

Quavo of Migos opens up the video filmed in the old-school VHS video effect as he spits his melodic verse sitting on his neon green Lamborghini. “She can sting like a bumblebee / But she rather be under me / We go to Barbados / We make a tornado / She f**kin up all the sheets,” he raps.

Quees lounges at the crib while actress/singer Keke Palmer braids his hair and he sings his remix verse. “Remix on a biii / Quavo singing to a bitch / Dolla singing to the bitch / I’m Jacquees I’m tryin to hit,” he sings. Later, he is seen laying in a bathtub with gold chains over his crotch in a recreation of a famous 2Pac photo.

Ty Dolla $ign joins Jacquees in a photo studio room with angled bars of light as he sings his provocative verse. “Know you wanna ride it / Know you want me deep inside it / Know I be strokin’,” he sings. “Just might motor boat ya / Baby oil / Rub you down in baby oil / Now you shinin’ / Look just like a diamond.”

The video ends with Quees getting his wishes as his beautiful female co-star straddles him on the bed.

Check out the sexy video below.

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New Video: Ty Dolla $ign feat. Lil Wayne & The-Dream – Love U Better


Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Wayne, and The-Dream host a swanky house party in the video for their new single, “Love U Better.”

Shot in a lavish mansion in the Hollywood Hills, the Ryan Hope-directed clip features cameos from Sevyn Streeter, YG, Jeremih, and Trae Tha Truth, who mingle with one another at the evening bash while Lil Wayne hangs out in a steamy bathroom with a naked model.

In between party scenes, an upset woman can be seen screaming at the top of her lungs while wearing lingerie. Elsewhere, a young child is shown on the steps of the house, watching the evening’s festivities unravel.

The DJ Mustard-produced “Love U Better,” which samples Mary J. Blige 1997 classic “I Can Love You,” is the first single off Ty’s forthcoming album Beach House 3, which is coming soon.

Watch the party-filled video below.

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Ty Dolla $ign Talks New Single “Love U Better” & His Upcoming Album


On Monday, Ty Dolla $ign dropped his hot new single “Love U Better” featuring Lil Wayne and The-Dream.  The Mary J. Blige inspired track is the first release off his forthcoming sophomore album, Beach House 3.

The talented artist recently stopped by Big Boy’s Neighborhood for a new interview about the single, new album, new collaborations and much more.

Ty has plenty on the way this year. Check out the interview below.

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Watch: Sevyn Streeter Throws A Wild House Party with Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Ty Dolla $ign in “Anything U Want” Video


Get turned up to the max with Sevyn Streeter!

The R&B vixen threw a wild house party in the music video for her latest single, “Anything U Want” with Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Ty Dolla $ign.

Opening with a visual confessional, Streeter reminisces to the camera about her crazy night. “I just wanted to have one night,” she said. “So I got Wiz and invited Jeremih and I think Ty. It just got a little out of control. I think the cops got called a few times.”

From there, fans are taken on a journey through a house party, where Jeremih dances with Sevyn and Wiz smokes up with her by his side. Dolla $ign pops up on a television set, while other cameos include “Empire” star Serayah, singer/songwriter Eric Bellinger, actor Jackie Long, model Jessica White, and social media influencer Leli Hernandez.

“Anything U Want,” which samples SWV’s “Anything,” is the latest single off Sevyn’s debut album Girl Disrupted, which also features DeJ Loaf, August Alsina, Dave East, and more.

Grab a red cup and join the party below.

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New Music: Ty Dolla $ign feat. Lil Wayne & The-Dream – Love U Better


As promised, Ty Dolla $ign unleashes the first single off his forthcoming Beach House 3 album.

Teaming up with Lil Wayne and The-Dream for the catchy “Love U Better,” the trio get in love mode. The DJ Mustard and Twice as Nice-produced track borrows from Mary J. Blige’s classic song “I Can Love You” off her 1997 album Share My World.

Dream kicks off the song singing: “Girl, you should know that I can love you better than he can.” And Ty tells us how he will drop game on your girl.

“Pull up on your girl with my roof gone / I’ma pull up on your girl with my jewels on,” sings Ty$. “Pull up on your girl with that heat on / And she ain’t know if it’s a Dolla or a Dream song.”

Lil Wayne comes in midway with an auto-tune laced verse. “Pull up on her in an Uber,” he raps. “That’s how I maneuver / Turn this D into a D plus and I’m her tutor / Turn a B into a D cup, hallelujah!”

Beach House 3 will be Ty’s sophomore album, but it will actually be the fourth release in his ‘Beach House‘ series. The first two projects in the series — 2012’s Beach House and 2013’s Beach House 2 — dropped as mixtapes. The third, Beach House EP, dropped in 2014. In 2015, the singer/songwriter released his debut album Free TC on Atlantic Records.

Take a listen to the infectious “Love U Better” below.

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Ty Dolla $ign Taps Lil Wayne & The-Dream for ‘Beach House 3’ Single


Ty Dolla $ign is headed back to his Beach House. Before releasing the next installment of the popular franchise, the R&B star has teamed up with Lil Wayne and The-Dream for the first single, “Love U Better.”

Due Monday (July 10), the star-studded track will be the “first single from [his] highly-anticipated sophomore album.” Beach House 3 follows Ty’s debut Free TC, which dropped in 2015.

The Beach House series started as a mixtape in 2012. It was followed by 2013’s Beach House 2 and the following year, Ty released his Beach House EP, featuring the hits “Paranoid” and “Or Nah.”

This will be Dolla’s first collaboration with The-Dream, but not his first with Lil Wayne. The duo previously collaborated on last year’s “Sucker for Pain” off the Suicide Squad soundtrack.

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New Video: 24hrs feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Wiz Khalifa – What You Like

24hrs What You Like

24hrs knows what you like.

The buzzing singer/rapper gets us hot and steamy for summer with the sexy music video to the standout single “What You Like,” off his Night Shift EP.

The visuals for the Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa-assisted slapper follow the explicit exploits of the trio with a single-shot camera style, and bring the vibe of ’90s pool party videos.

Set at a home in Los Angeles with bikini-clad models everywhere, 24 kicks off the song with his bounce on the catchy chorus. Strolling through the house, girls go wild filming each other, playing mini golf, dancing on a stripper pole and riding floats in the pool.

“I wouldn’t mind if you stay the night / Say your first and last night for the flight / Don’t confuse me with all the hype / I’m your type I know that this is what you like,” sings 24hrs.

Ty relaxes on a white leather couch with more girls all around him as he raps about his new girl and getting money everyday. Wiz swoops on in for the third verse, as he drops bars about his bad bitch in MIA.

Check out the NSFW video below.

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Watch: Noisey Presents: ‘Under the Influence – 90s R&B Still Reigns Supreme in 2017’

Noisey Under the Influence 90s R&B

Black history is American history, especially when it comes to music. African-American musical traditions set in motion a culture that’s given us Jazz, the Blues, Rock n Roll, Funk, Disco, Soul, and Hip Hop.

Despite this evolution, for much of the 20th Century “Rhythm & Blues” was a blanket term applied to any music marketed to black audiences, changing meaning with each era. As Hip Hop entered the picture artists like Teddy Riley, Jodeci, and members of New Edition incorporated the new sound and style into a classic R&B template. Since then, the line between the two would continue to blur, influencing pop music forever.

Noisey’s “Under The Influence” shows how New Jack Swing married Hip Hop and classic R&B to give birth to something entirely new for the 90s, paving the way for today’s artists like Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign, Dreezy, and Phantogram, while helping to make millions of babies along the way.

Watch the progression of New Jack Swing from the late ’80s to 2017 below.

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