Cordae (Ft. Anderson .Paak)
J. Cole and Dem Jointz decided to hook Cordae and Anderson .Paak up with a beat that is cooler than The Fonz.
One of Cordae’s most streamed tracks is “RNP” with Anderson .Paak. The two artists decided to reunite for “Two Tens,” a track that actually sounds very similar to their first collaboration.
“Two Tens” boasts this competitive, D Boy-like beat that was produced by J. Cole and Dem Jointz. Over it, Cordae and Anderson .Paak rap about what they like and hate about being in relationships. While Anderson takes more of a positive approach, Cordae sounds like that one dude who never wants to see his wifed-up homies happy (Ironically, Cordae is the most wifed-up dude in the industry). I think the back-and-forth structure of the song combined with the two artists’ spirited verses makes for a unique listen.
Getting Cole to produce your track might be a bigger flex than getting him to drop a verse on your track.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.