Enjoy this new effort from TWO32.
Just over a week removed from the release of his single “L.O.V.E,” Queens, NY singer-songwriter TWO32 has delivered a moving lyric visual, directed and edited by Lloyd Lenox, to add to the mood he’s already set with this song. It’s trippy and fast-moving, illustrating the chaos and confusion he is experiencing with the lady he desires.
When the 22-year-old said in the chorus “Why we always argue ’bout the same shit? Why you always hit me up on road to say I ain’t shit?” we felt that shit. Love can be one of the most beautiful and confusing aspects of life, like the fact you can adore someone so much yet continually run into the same issues. This is woozy R&B that can certainly create a sensual aura, but will certainly trigger thoughts about ex baes or baes that don’t know they are your baes. Not to mention the stellar production by Party Michael and mixing and mastering by MGS and Giancarlo Louis.
It’s been a year of growth for the young artist, who alongside his team went on the self-funded “Summer of Love” tour. Amidst travel difficulties, they made it to Pennsylvania and all the way to California before an epic finale in New York City. He has two EPs on his record, F88E8E and 00BFFF, both of which are based on color schemes. He brings a unique personality and sound to the game, and his ability to hone in on his vulnerabilities can certainly lend itself to a continually growing fan base and future hits.
Check out the lyric video for “L.O.V.E” below and stay tuned for more from TWO.