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Ty Dolla $ign has worked with a bunch of big names over the years. From Trey Songz’ “Fumble,” Wiz Khalifa’s “Young, Wild & Free,” or YG’s breakout single “Toot it n’ Boot It,” the L.A. native is eclectic in his abilities and looks to showcase more of his talents on his Beach House mixtape.

The project, due next month, is led by the single “My Cabana.” Described as being “consistent” with his “West Coast ratchet” sound, Ty commissioned the assistance of his production crew D.R.U.G.S. (Dirty Rotten Underground Sound) for the record.

On the track, Ty finds himself trying to answer the puzzling question of how many girls he can fit in his cabana, and the music video—which mimics the feeling of intoxication—attempts to answers his inquiry.

Ty recently aligned himself with the late Chris Lighty’s legendary management company Primary Violator, joining a roster which includes Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Cee Lo Green and more.

Check out the “My Cabana” music video below, and be on the lookout for that Beach House mixtape, hosted by DJ Mustard and DJ Ill Will, dropping Oct. 1.


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