Music: Ty Dolla Sign – Expensive (feat. Nicki Minaj)

Ty Dolla $ign is looking like money.

After linking with Kanye West, the L.A. hitmaker teams up with Nicki Minaj on his new single “Expensive.” On the flashy banger, Ty shares his love for the finer things, while the Queen flexes on her pricey verse. “Tom Ford heels with the locket / A ni**a get me, he better lock it,” Mrs. Petty raps.

Hear it below.

Expensive (feat. Nicki Minaj) || @adjseu

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