The “So With That” rapper launched the brand new observe Wednesday (Jan. 25), however the flashy video sees .Paak absorbing all the eye that comes with new ladies in his orbit, whereas Cordae ponders if the additional consideration, money and time required is even price it.
The video sees Cordae pulling as much as a membership the place he meets the Silk Sonic member, one thing that he didn’t essentially need to do within the first place. “Me and my n—a Anderson determined to drag as much as the membership, and I don’t even like going out, but when my n—a inform me pull up, I pull up simple, you realize?” the rapper narrates the video earlier than formally launching into the modern visible.
The J. Cole-produced observe, which borrows components from ’90s-era hip-hop within the instrumentation, tells a narrative, with Cordae making an attempt to be a voice of cause for .Paak, who can barely management his pleasure.
“Man, I really like this b—h/ We gon’ journey and refill the bucket record/ Have ’bout 10 children on the ranch on some southern sh–,” the “Depart the Door Open” singer spits, infatuated with a woman who showers him with consideration within the membership toilet.
“You imply sucker sh–/ Slave to the p—y because you found it/ Ten bands on Chanel purse, that’s unhealthy budgetin’/ Plus you n—as all the time collectively, it’s mad smotherin’/ You simpin’ over b—-es, I by no means thought it could come to this,” Cordae replies, judging — and lamenting — his associates’ actions.
“Two Tens” isn’t the primary observe that Cordae and .Paak have dropped collectively: The pair’s “RNP” collaboration, launched in 2019, simply turned licensed platinum.
In different Cordae information, the rapper is expecting his first child with tennis star Naomi Osaka, who introduced the information on Jan. 11. “I do know that I’ve a lot to stay up for sooner or later,” she wrote in her Twitter announcement. “One factor I’m wanting ahead to is for my child to observe considered one of my matches and inform somebody, ‘that’s my mother,’ haha.”
Watch the video for “Two Tens” above.