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Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign’s long-teased full-length collaboration, MihTy, FINALLY has a release date — just in time for sexy-Halloween costume-sex season (which I just made up), as well as a new advance single!
That’s right, MihTy will grace the world’s boudoirs…on October 26!
Chatter about the album has persisted throughout the summer since the release of advance track “The Light,” but in the meantime Jeremih has been touring and Ty Dolla $ign has continued his frankly legendary tear as a guest vocalist for pretty much everyone in the biz.
Now, the duo has released a new track, “Goin’ Thru Some Thangz,” which you can listen to below.
Oh yeah: in addition, before the album drops, Jeremih & Ty Dolla $ign have announced they’ll be steaming up late night on October 22 when they play “The Light” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Hey, awesome! Everyone watches that show!
“Goin’ Thru Some Thangz”:
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