DJ Mustard’s Best Beats So Far


“Show Me” Kid Ink Featuring Chris Brown
At first, “Show Me” sounds like a freestyle song from the ‘90s, especially with the Chris Brown hook. There’s an air of nostalgia and a futuristic vibe, all on one track.


“Shirt By Versace” Kirko Bangz Featuring YG, French Montana & G-Haze
It doesn’t take a shirt by Versace to make the beat sound expensive. With chants, blips, and slippery basslines, Mustard helped Kirko Bangz land another hit.


“Paranoid” Ty Dolla $ign & Joe Moses
Is it possible to make a beat sound paranoid? Because that’s exactly what DJ Mustard did for Ty Dolla $ign. It’s tough to make a beat evoke such a specific emotion, but Mustard succeeded here.


“Throw It Up” Tyga
“Throw It Up” starts with a nasty growl before transforming into a slick cut where Tyga sing-songs along the beat. Anything is possible when Mustard crafts your track.


“Midnight Run” Royce The Choice, Skeme And Casey Veggies
This joint off DJ Mustard’s Ketchup literally captures the sound of midnight with whispers, trippy blips and snaps. Who needs a watch when Mustard tells you what time it is?

  • Thick Booty

    You call this producing? Sounds like a little kid that’s just started making beats. All of them sound the same and sounds very ELEMENTARY.

    • SupaDupa

      every producers beats sound the same… They’re PRODUCERS you idiot, not rappers. They don’t sell their product to the listeners they sell them to RAPPERS. And every rapper wants Rack City so it would be counterproductive for Mustard to not take advantage of that.

      maybe you should try producing, If these beats are elementary to you then you should be a millionaire in no time

  • PapaGUnit

    The best ones you guys forgot were You Broke and The Homie

  • BrianRaider

    Mustard On Da Beat Hoe!!! Hmmmm 1.Grindmode 2.Shirts By Versace 3.I’m Different 4..Like Me(Dom Kennedy!!) 5.Burn Rubber!!! 6. Mannnnnnnnnn Young Bro Got Dat Fire!!!!