It wasn’t long ago (Jan. 25) that Cordae released his latest release, “Two Tens,” in which he became reunited with his former “RNP” teammate Anderson. Paak. The song was created over the production of Dem Jointz and J. Cole, in which both artists share bars about different women they are attracted to and trade bars about those women.
“The video for “Two Tens” was directed by Edgar Esteves and Juan Felipe Zuleta and will be released on July 10th. Having pulled into a late-night party, Cordae and Anderson. Paak have been seen taking selfies with each other and posing at the bar, with Anderson. Paak having a rendezvous with a lady in the bathroom.
Cordae released his sophomore studio album a little over a year ago, from a Birds Eye View, a collection of 14 songs that included guest appearances from Eminem, Lil Wayne, Gunna, H.E.R., Freddie Gibbs, Stevie Wonder, Ant Clemons, Lil Durk, and Roddy Ricch. He has since kept his fans satisfied with an EP consisting of two songs called Unacceptable, as well as loose cuts such as “Feel It in the Air,” “Multi-Platinum,” and “Checkmate” by Hit-Boy. As well as appearing on “Beetleborgs,” and “Still Here” the Maryland native also contributed vocals to the singles by BabyTron and Morray. In November, he hinted that he intends to release a sequel to From a Bird’s Eye View in the near future.