UPDATE: Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih deliver a lyric visual for “The Light,” which has been added below.
UPDATE #2: The official video for “The Light” has arrived (below).
Ty Dolla $ign is a genius when it comes to music. Unfortunately, his music is underappreciated and many overlook him as a true artist — especially in regards to being a singer. His recent album, Beach House 3, correlates with his smooth flow; the “Ex” singer is definitely bringing real ‘90s R&B back. He provides us with tunes that we can all relate to in this generation. As he stated in his Rolling Stone interview:
“I wanted to show that you could be on the radio and not have to hold back.”
Ty is the feature of this generation, with numerous hits both as main artist and collaborator…either way, he’s bringing the vibe every time. I know Ty$ was going up back when he and YG released “Toot and Boot It” (I still jam to that song on a daily basis)! I knew the singer would go up! His style and wave is so versatile that no one can compare. Who do you know that has the ability to dwell in multiple genres like R&B, Hip-Hop and Rock (and can play bass)? Just look at the 20 soulful tracks he gave us on his latest, which includes samples from Mary J. Blige, Donnell Jones and many more.
Recently, Ty$ was featured on the track “Psycho” with Post Malone, and it became the No. 1 song on the Billboard charts this week. It’s also his first time securing the number 1 spot. You HAVE to give this man his CREDIBILITY! From his sound to performing shows, the Los Angeles native have been working to become the definition of today’s R&B.
With his recent single, “The Light,” that features Jeremih, this track reminds me of sitting by the poolside with friends drinking a glass of lemonade in the Summer breeze, which once again brings me back to the ‘90s era. We can hopefully expect a full-on collab album by this month’s end from the two. Just the thought of it screams “making baby season!” Peep the joint single below.
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