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Tiësto & Ty Dolla $ign Enter a Joint Venture on Their New Collab ‘The Business, Pt. II’

It’s corporate synergy with a thick beat on the new Tiësto and Ty Dolla $ign collab, “The Business, Pt. II”

Out Thursday (Jan. 21), the song is a revision of Tiësto’s “The Business,” a dark thumper that’s racked up 204 million streams since dropping in September.

The new edit features an ultra-smooth feature from Ty Dolla $ign, along with vocals from the original that this time around are pitched up by several octaves.

“There is nothing better than combining diverse sounds and genres to create something truly special and Ty’s smooth R&B vocals really takes this track to the next level,” the veteran Dutch producer says in a statement. “I have always been a huge fan of Ty’s work … he’s an exceptional talent and I am thrilled we got to collab on this.”

“We got one! Thankful for being a part of this legendary moment,” Ty Dolla $ign adds. “Always been a fan of Tiësto.”

Listen to “The Business Pt. II” below.

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