Allan Kingdom and Twelve’Len Float on New Song “Almost There”
Miami's Twelve’Len is one of the many bright faces coming out of South Florida. The singer has frequently collaborated with 2016 XXL Freshman Denzel Curry, but he's now finding success on his own. He links up with Allan Kingdom to drop "Almost There," which is also produced by John Falco.
The song is an ode to Twelve’Len and Kingdom's significant others while also serving as an apology for being on the road and performing for their fans. The two artists are a perfect marriage sonically; Twelve and Kingdom have a penchant for making catchy melodies.
"Ain't no way around it/When we both know we don't deserve this/But she would never leave me no, I, I/I know that you love me/When you keep that grip o'er me, and hold me," sings Twelve’Len.
Allan Kingdom floats in for the second verse: "Call log on empty/When I'm in your walls I'm friendly/Blockin' all your calls like Dikembe/When you get to trippin' on a Wednesday/While my call log on empty/Haven't hit in long, I'm on suspension/You deserve a little Fendi, all you really want is my attention."
If you haven't, check out Twelve’Len's 2016 album Fri(end)s and check out the new song below.
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