Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih’s joint album Mih-Ty way back from 2018 NBA All Star-Weekend resurfaces.
After several delays, the project has finally touched down.
Hitmaka, the producer who constructed the project, was the one that teased the album for a February release. When the project failed to show up, Ty Dolla $ign affirmed that Mih-Ty would drop at the top of the Summer. While speaking with Zane Lowe, Ty claimed,
“Next month I’m dropping a whole another project with me and my brother Jeremih…
It’s nothing but smashes.
We did it with my bro Hitmaka.
He produced the whole shit, so it’s like a consistent album of bangers.
I promise you, we probably did like tops… eight sessions, maybe less than that.
And we got like 60 songs, and we had to choose like 13-14. So there’s leftovers from that project that we could probably give away to some of the homies.”
However, the Summer came and went without a sight of Mih-Ty.
With much anticipation and mixed reactions, the 11-track project hit streaming platforms on Friday (October 26).
— Zane Lowe (@zanelowe) May 9, 2018