Ty Dolla $ign featuring E-40 - Saved (Produced by DJ Mustard)

A West Coast banger.

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Three prominent West Coast artists have teamed up for a new banger, just in time before the weekend begins. Titled “Saved,” Ty Dolla $ign collaborates with E-40 on this DJ Mustard-produced beat. This is a new single from his upcoming album Free TC. Listen to the song above and make sure to cop the album when it drops on November 13.

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