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“Us Two” is a successful fusion of afrobeat, pop, and R&B music, with crisp brass and a clever rhythmic conversation between the chattering drum beats. The great singing on this track is definitely a mood changer and will get you in a dancing trance immediately when you turn it on.
The artist also spent time in the Caribbean growing up as his mom was Haitian, this allowed Caribbean influences to find their way into his music. Mainly focusing on Hip Hop, R&B, and Reggaeton. Teophiell also takes close influence from the likes of Astor Piazzolla, Sade, Lauryn Hill, and Tainy.
Familial and unrefined, Teophiell encompasses the fundamental sounds of African heritage in “Us Two.” Finding one’s place within a diaspora in connection to the Motherland can be an integral part of exploring afro-beats, afropop, and world music in hip-hop. This is certainly true of “Us Two.” You’ll be melodically transmuted to a place of music, culture, and afro-bliss.