“Two Tens” is a stark departure from the upbeat “RNP,” changing the bouncy funk of their first team-up with jazzy neo-soul produced by none apart from J. Cole. However apart from that, the formulation stays the identical as the 2 rappers, 11 years aside, cross the mic and commerce four-bar sequences backwards and forwards just like the NBA’s illest two-man weave.
Content material-wise, it’s additionally similar to “RNP,” as the 2 rappers easily boast and brag about their feminine companions for the night time. Cordae tries to set AP straight however AP simply desires to have enjoyable.
Likewise, the video is a throwback that follows the boys as they slide to the membership, the place they social gathering with some enthusiastic ladies. Though there’s some slight friction, they present mutual appreciation for one another’s state of affairs, resulting in a celebratory night for all.
Though Cordae hasn’t formally introduced his third album but, “Two Tens” seems like a robust begin to the 25-year-old’s 2023, choosing up the place “Checkmate” left off.
Watch the video for “Two Tens” above.
Cordae is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an impartial subsidiary of Warner Music Group.