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Album: Beach House EP (2014)
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  • The rhymes for this Casey Veggies, Twista and Nate Howard featuring song really happened. "All of my girlfriends are calling me to try and see what's up and try to make it work [Laughs]. So I made that song," Ty told Artist Direct.

    "For the one that goes, 'I used to love these hoes and now I love this money,' I was on tour, and I was thinking about life," he continued. "Last year or two years ago, I would've been laid up with a chick and bullsh---ing with her. Now, I'm out on tour and working. I used to love this hoes, and now I love this money. It's real life and s--t I go through every day."

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