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Cordae, Anderson .Paak run it back on ‘Two Tens’

We’ve got a case of déjà vu on our hands.

On Jan. 27, Cordae and Anderson .Paak connected to release their new single “Two Tens,” produced by J. Cole. But if it strangely feels like you’ve heard a collaboration like this before, it is because you have.

“Two Tens” comes just two days after the song “RNP” officially became a platinum record. As a promotional single for Cordae’s 2019 debut album The Lost Boy, “RNP” saw the Maryland youngster link with .Paak over J. Cole production, as it was one of the major highlights from his first full-length LP.

So much so, that Cordae and Anderson decided it was time to recreate that success. With “Two Tens” however, Cole’s production this time around offers a more laid back, boom-bap type feel in comparison to the electrifying, bouncy banger that was “RNP.”

Again establishing a comfortable and anecdotal back-and-forth flow, Cordae and .Paak remind listeners of the chemistry they first developed over three years ago. This time, though, they converse about “simpin” for the irresistible women in their respective lives in both verses on the track, each hoping to lend each other advice and keep it real with one another.

At 3 pm ET on the 27th, the visuals for the track came out, which are just as electrifying as the 1970’s inspired “RNP” music video. Now, though, the duo is seen in a more modern perspective going to the club.

It’s hard to go wrong when you put the minds of Cordae, Anderson .Paak and J. Cole together, and this new single proves that for a second time.

Check out “Two Tens” below!