You’ll reconsider how you treat your significant other after watching Ty Dolla $ign‘s visual for “Paranoid.” The track originally appeared on his Beach House 2 mixtape.

Following a host of delays, Dom Kennedy‘s long awaited project, Get Home Safely, finally hit stores today. It you cop via iTunes, you’ll find an exclusive bonus track, titled “2morrow (We Ain’t Worried),” featuring singer-songwriter Ty Dolla $ign.

You’re only hurting yourself if you slept on Ty Dolla $ign‘s Beach House 2 mixtape. Granted, his singing ability isn’t stellar, but he has a knack for creating smooth tracks worthy of a few spins. Case in point, the West Coast native adds a visual piece to “Irie,” featuring Wiz Khalifa.

Ty Dolla $ign is steadily crafting a lane for himself in R&B as the guy who sings exactly what’s on his mind in the most candid way possible. The California crooner’s standout 2012 project, Beach House, planted the seed, and he returns today with its proper sequel.

We all know Los Angeles is well represented on the Hip-Hop front, but SoCal also birthed one of the game’s more promising singer-songwriters, Ty Dolla $ign. The “My Cabana” crooner returns today with a new Beach House 2 release called “Ratchet In My Benz,” featuring Juicy J.

Many are waiting to see if Ty Dolla $ign can create a worthy follow up to his critically acclaimed mixtape, Beach House — which donned a standout song called “My Cabana.” Fans receive another track to gauge the California native on with “Irie.”

There are a batch of talented MCs brewing in the West Coast. While most have their focus on what’s happening in Los Angeles, Northern California’s Bay Area also has a lot to offer to Hip-Hop. At the forefront of that movement is an artists named Iamsu!, who continues his momentum with a new mixtape called KILT […]

West coast singer Ty Dolla $ign has received ample praises for his 2012 project Beach House, and particularly its standout track “My Cabana.” Since then, he’s moved forward with the official remix featuring Young Jeezy, for which we receive a visual treatment today.

California native, Ty Dolla $ign has already made some noise with his outstanding project, Beach House. 

Music’s biggest night will be extra special for Ty Dolla $ign because he’s nominated for a Grammy. The L.A. native, born Tyrone Griffin, earned his stripes in the studio, producing and writing for a host of artists.

Applaud west coast MCs for somehow retaining their ability to embody California culture on tracks, while other areas lost sight of what gained them their initial appeal.

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 […]