The first collaboration between the two.
Contrasting styles coming together to form perfect symmetry is not uncommon in hip-hop—think about Biggie teaming-up with Faith Evans. It’s a sweet and salty flavor that uniquely textures a track to give it different qualities that orbit around a mutual production. Two recent figures to capitalize on this style are Rick Ross and Miguel on the latter’s track, “Criminal”.
“Criminal” represents big things not only because it’s another single off of Miguel’s album War & Leisure, dropping tomorrow, but also because it marks the first collaboration between him and Rozay. Discussing the tempting lifestyle of acting “criminal”, the two offer their signature styles to embody why it sometimes feels so good to be an outlaw.
Stream “Criminal” below, and be on the look out for War & Leisure dropping tomorrow: