Roy Wood$ Drops "Only You" Featuring Ty Dolla Sign and 24hrs

Wood$’ first release since ‘Waking at Dawn.’

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Following Roy Wood$’ Waking at Dawn album, rumors circulated that the OVO artist would be releasing a collaborative project with Ty Dolla Sign and 24hrs. Finally, this project has been released and it’s called “Only You.” Produced by DZY, the track is Roy Wood$ first release since Waking at Dawn, but not his first partnership with Ty Dolla Sign. The duo have teamed up before on “Count Me Out” and “My Song” among other unreleased tracks. You can listen to the song here.

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