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BNJMN Reworks “2 On” By Tinashe and Schoolboy Q

28 Apr BNJMN Reworks “2 On” By Tinashe and Schoolboy Q

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2 OnHailing from Kingston, Jamaica, hip-hop producer BNJMN has produced for artists such as Trinidad Jame$, Vonny Del Fresco, Carpe DM and more. This time he decided to put his twist on “2 On” by  Los Angeles songstress Tinashe featuring Schoolboy Q. I’m sure there are a lot of people out there who love the original, but I think BNJMN’s upbeat percussion and energy really bring out the best in this track. If you haven’t heard the original, check it out and decide for yourself if the remix is better. If you think so, you can get the free download by following the links below.

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Hey there. My name is Henry and, like everyone else on this great Brightside team, music plays a crucial role in the enjoyment of my life. I'm not too concerned with the genre or categorization of a song, if it's good, it's good. Having said that, hip-hop definitely takes up a good part of my musical membrane and is probably my go-to genre when listening on my own. I love me some meaningful lyrics, clever punchlines, wicked flow, and anything else that goes into good hip-hop! I won't get into the specifics of other genres because, let's be honest, there are so many different ways to describe music I couldn't possibly list everything I like on this page. My hometown is the beautiful Big Sur, California. I now live in sunny San Diego, where, in my first year, I shared the same dorm building as the infamous John Saunders. With good music being a shared interest, the Brightside guru and I would talk tunes and now, a couple years later, John and his team have built this great network dedicated to sharing quality music with YOU, and I'm psyched to help bring the jams.