Ty Dolla $ign - $ign Language

Posted about 2 years ago

Turns out Ty Dolla $ign isn't just a skilled singer, rapper and producer. He's also a proficient speaker of $ign Language—a skill which he showcases on his latest street album.

Coming on the heels of January's Beach House EP, the project features a total of 11 brand new tracks from the Taylor Gang signee. Dom Kennedy and Rick Ross join Ty on lead single "Lord Knows," which hit the Booth in mid-August. Along with the artist's own production, the set includes boardwork by ratchet heavyweight DJ Mustard, FKi, Metro Boomin and more.

Released Monday, August 25, $ign Language is available now for free digital download. The artist born Tyrone Griffin expects to release his debut, Free TC, sometime before the end of the calender year.

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