Ty Dolla Sign has finally gifted Beach House 3 cut "Don't Judge Me" with a fitting visual interpretation.

Watch director David Camarena's take on the Future and Swae Lee collab up top. Previously, Camarena helmed videos for Kehlani and Wiz Khalifa, including the Berner collab "Chapo" back in 2014.

Elsewhere on the Beach House sequel, Ty enlisted Lil Wayne, The-Dream, YG, Tory Lanez, Jeremih, and more across the hour-long collection's 20 tracks. In an interview shortly after its release, Ty pinpointed the recording moment that let him know he had entered new Beach House territory.

"I just do mad songs like every day and then I got this one song called 'Message in a Bottle' that I did and it's, like, the last . . . It's gonna be the last song on my project Beach House 3," he said in December. "But when I had that song I knew 'Alright, this is the beginning of Beach House 3,' know what I mean? There's no telling where the songs may go that I do, but when I did this song it's like 'Oh, that's that vibe.'"


Ty has a prime guest appearance on Tinashe's just-released new album Joyride. French Montana joins Ty on "Me So Bad," an early contender for the album's strongest cut:


Out now 😈

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This past weekend, Ty joined Post Malone to run through their hit collab "Psycho" for the crowd at Coachella. Catch that below in case your festival-related FOMO hasn't subsided yet: