Ty Dolla $ign Says SZA Told Him To Stand Next To Certain Crystals While Recording 'Hit Different' Hook

HipHop News Posted on October 22, 2020 at 9:30am

Ty Dolla $ign Says SZA Told Him To Stand Next To Certain Crystals While Recording 'Hit Different' Hook

The Los Angeles singer recalled the recording session for their collab and how it helped him bring the right energy to the track.

SZA recently brought Ty Dolla $ign into her spiritual journey and the result was a really, really good hook for their collab, “Hit Different.”

In a new interview with Vulture published on Wednesday (October 21), the “Purple Emoji” singer reflected on the studio session with SZA when they recorded the recently-released track and revealed her crystals helped him bring the right vibe..centered-ad {

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“She had all these, like, crystals set up, and she wanted me to stand in the correct way to get the right energy,” Ty explained. “I did it, and the hook came immediately.”

Ty is on the promo trail for his third studio effort Featuring Ty Dolla $ign, set to drop on Friday (October 23). The album is his first solo project in three years, and will feature a range of names from the likes of Young Thug, Future, Roddy Ricch, Nicki Minaj, Quavo and more.

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