Dr. Dre endorsed melodist C.S. Armstrong associates with TDE’s own Jay Rock for the deep single “Own Two.”
Falling off another arrangement with Republic Records and a new studio meeting with none other than Dr. Dre, any reasonable person would agree that melodist C.S. Armstrong has some great force going for him. Now, he’s authoritatively come through to convey his new single “Own Two,” bringing TDE lyricist Jay Rock into the crease for certain bars.
Over a heartfelt instrumental from Mike N Keys, Armstrong’s nostalgic vocals catch a vintage vibe as he ponders the idea of duality. “At the point when the words don’t come out right, and when thðµ emotions don’t come out right,” he sings. “I’d preferably manage it all alone over rely upon you for my entire life.” Jay Rock holds it down with a last assertion, presenting a couple of stanzas for the event. “Nothin in this world truly worth bein’ upset around, a kid to a man and comprehend you gotta sort out,” he raps. “Do he take the gooey course, do he take an alternate course? No matter what the way, they gon’ attempt to take a ni**a out.”
Make certain to watch out for C.S. Armstrong’s forthcoming introduction collection Shotgun to show up not long from now, as obviously “Own Two” is just the start.