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Ty’s ‘Beach House’ 3 single “Love U Better” now has an official video featuring Lil Wayne and The-Dream with production from DJ Mustard. Directed by Ryan Hope Ty pulls up to a party full of beautiful women with some of his friends like YG, Trae Tha Truth and Sevyn Streeter. Kick back with the crew in the laid back visual above and get ready for the project coming soon.

unnamedTy Dolla $ign is getting ready for the third installment of his ‘Beach House’ series and today he has released the official single for it entitled “Love U Better.” The track features both Lil Wayne and The-Dream with DJ Mustard on the production. I’m guessing this is the start of a promotional push for the forthcoming effort, so follow below to listen in and keep it locked in for more. Read more…

tyga-act-ghetto-new-songTyga isn’t done with Monday yet, because two tracks have now surfaced on the web. This time around he drops “Act Ghetto” featuring Lil Wayne! Get ready for ‘Bitch I’m The Shit 2!’ Listen in below and let us know what you think in the comments.


YG “Trill” feat. Lil Wayne

8285_3kbfa8c8tgBrand new music from YG has surfaced featuring none other than the legend himself Lil Wayne via RedBull. The track is entitled “Trill” and it is part of Red Bull 20 Before 17, a look back at Red Bull’s year in music through its 20 biggest moments. Press play below! 400!

cutiremixO.T. Genasis has rolled out another “Cut It” remix! First it was with Young Thug and Kevin Gates, this time the second remix is with TIP and Lil Wayne! You know you want to hear verses from these legends! Take a listen below!

music2We are long time fans of G-Eazy & as he continues the success of his ‘When It’s Dark Out’ album, he drops a brand new take on one of his many bubbling tracks “Order More” recruiting both Lil Wayne and Yo Gotti. Take a listen to the new version after the jump and let us know what you think! Yee! Read more…

G-Eazy was featured alongside Lil Wayne on DJ Carnage’s big remix of “I Like Tuh,” with original featured artist ILoveMakonnen. While G-Eazy preps the anticipated follow-up to These Things Happen, he came through NYC and stopped by to speak on a few things. Eazy reveals that he cut the verse for Carnage “a long ass time ago,” and that the two have been friends for six years. However his excitement went up a level or three when he found out Wayne was on the track, and even better, getting to meet the New Orleans rapper at the Alexandar Wang fashion show.

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