Ty Dolla Sign premiered the song on Apple Music Beats 1 radio with Zane Lowe, and during an accompanying interview, he spoke about upcoming projects and how he feels about J. Cole and Childish Gambino.
“I stay recording like constantly,” he said, suggesting he has a ton of new material on the ready. He mentioned five new songs, besides today's release, “Clout" and the previously released “Pineapple” with Gucci Mane and Quavo. There is yet another song with 21 Savage for his untitled project, but the focus is "Clout," which will have visuals coming soon to promote the deluxe edition of Beach House 3.
Out of those new songs is “Numbers,” “a straight on R&B song for the ladies,” as well as a track with Wiz Khalifa called “Got My Own Drugs,” which will be “a new weed song for all the 4/20 fans out there.”
He also announced a new project: a full-length album with Jeremih reportedly titled MihTy: “I’m so excited for that one. We did it with my bro Hitmaker. He produced the whole thing. So it's a consistent album of bangers,” he said.
Ty Dolla Sign also signaled his support for J. Cole, who’s April 20 release KOD has been dominating the charts. “J. Cole is one of the most amazing artist I've ever heard in my life,” Ty said.
He also touched on Childish Gambino’s recent video for “This is America,” a powerful critique of American culture, and suggested that, if it were only up to him, there might be some Ty Dolla Sign and Childish Gambino collab in the future.
"He definitely shut it down like all the way [with “This is America.”] I'm a big fan of him,” Ty told Lowe. “That's the next person I want to work with for sure. I’ve never met him not one time but I would love to. There's no question about that working together.