Cortez Jamar and Tuezday – Party Girl

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<p style=”text-align: center;”><b><span data-contrast=”auto”>Twin brothers blend R&amp;B and R</span></b><b><span data-contrast=”auto”>ap </span></b>
<b><span data-contrast=”auto”>for super sexy summer </span></b><b><span data-contrast=”auto”>EP ‘</span></b><b><span data-contrast=”auto”>Mami</span></b><b><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span></b><b><span data-contrast=”auto”>Wata</span></b><b><span data-contrast=”auto”>’</span></b><span data-ccp-props=”{&quot;335551550&quot;:2,&quot;335551620&quot;:2}”> </span></p>
<span data-contrast=”auto”>CHARLOTTESVILLE</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, VA – East Coast twins Cortez </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Jamar</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> and </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> have put their musical talents to work with full effects this summer, dropping what is set to become one of the season’s hottest EPs. The project is called “</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Mami</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Wata</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>” and it is tailor-made as a vibe perfect for all those summer activities – neighborhood barbecues, beach side hangouts or backyard pool parties. </span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>Set to drop across all streaming platforms on Aug. 7, “</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Mami</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Wata</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>” has already started getting major attention across the East Coast thanks to its hot debut track “Party Girl.” The number of plays on the song is climbing into the tens of thousands after having only been recently released, and as more buzz surrounds the song, the twin’s popularity is sure to grow. Featuring a Pop/Rap sound that blends R&amp;B influences, “Party Girl” is the kind of popular sound that could easily be heard on the radio. And with lyrics that cater to the ladies, it’s a song that is sure to cross multiple demographics.</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>“We’re just trying to show our versatility,” </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> said. “We want to show people our expertise and lyricism. We want to do more </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Hip Hop stuff</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> but als</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>o more slow soulful funky type B</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>allads. With this song</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, it’s mainly R&amp;B with a P</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>op crossover </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>and with hints of Rap in it</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> which </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>fits in line with the kind of music we want to bring to the world. That said</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>,</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> we are looking to expand our musical styles and create music influenced by </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Hip Hop, Soul, Jazz, EDM, House and A</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>lternative.”</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>Following “Party Girl” is an R&amp;B feel-good song called “Only You.” It explores the feelings that come when you’ve found the perfect person – that special person in your life. Both </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> and Cortez say the song was inspired by their own relationships. That’s also true of the </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Dance/T</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>rap single</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> “She Bad</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>” wh</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>ich </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> said he wrote as </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>homage to women.</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>“It’s a Rap/T</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>rap instrumental that I performed about uplifting women,” he said. “It’s about a woman who has all of her things together. She’s independent and she’s got her own money and is very self-sufficient. She’s a woman with natural hair pursuing her natural beauty. It’s about elevated women – women of color – showing that they’re representatives of our culture and doing their thing and we’re recognizing them for being independent and doing their thing.” </span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>Also on</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> the EP is a song called “Ocean</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>” which Cortez said is more explicit than any of the others on the project. He said it uses the “bodily fluids” of a young woman as a metaphor for making waves when two people who </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>complement</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> each other come together. </span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>“It’s referring to the ocean in that you’re having a good time with somebody and getting wavy and turning up,” Cortez said. “It’s a really good summer song because it’s referring to the ocean and having a good time and the sexy vibe that will</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> get you dancing with a bit of </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Reggaeton</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> D</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>ancehall type vibe.”</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>Cortez said that island vibe is really at the core of the EP, which is reflected in the title of the project and its main single of the same name. “</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Mami</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Wata</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>” is an African name for a bad girl who is also fine, Cortez said. </span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>“She’s a deity in African culture that is related to a powerful or abundant force,” he said. “With this entire EP</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>,</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> we’re trying to encourage and uplift a female audience. So this EP is directed more toward the females, though we’re looking toward pushing it toward a mainstream au</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>dience. It’s mainly R&amp;B with a P</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>op cross</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>over, with hints of R</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>ap in it.”</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>T</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>he </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>brothers have al</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>ways shown an interest in music</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> and performed alongside th</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>eir older brother</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, Will Trust,</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> doing </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>positive spiritual music</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> in churches all up-and-down the East Coast during their teenage years. After high school</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>,</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> they got more serious about their music and at age 21 decided to step into a studio and record music for the first time. It was the next step in their journey, one that had been honed in the middle school band – </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> playing trumpet and Cortez playing percussion. They learned the basics of music and have taken those fundamentals with them in the years since, expanding on them and experimenting with different sounds and styles until they found their own unique signature. </span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<span data-contrast=”auto”>Their disparate influences display how they use inspirations from different genres and use those things to fuse together such an original sound. </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday’s</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> influences include artists such as </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Ma$e</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, Notorious B.I.G., </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Ja</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> Rule, Wiz </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Khalifa</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, Lloyd Banks, </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Nipsey</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Hussle</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Curren$y</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Soulja</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> boy, The Underachievers, and Sir Michael Rocks. Cortez, on the other hand, has i</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>nfluences more in line with R&amp;B</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> with artists such as </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Brandy</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, Mariah Carey, </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Craig David</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, Usher, Chris Brown, Jamie Foxx, </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Aaliyah</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, Static Major, Brent </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Faiyaz</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>, and K. Forest. Those influences come together perfectly on “</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Mami</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Wata</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>.” </span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

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<span data-contrast=”auto”>To listen to Co</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>rtez </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Jamar</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> and </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Tuezday’s</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> music </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>or to follow them on social media, please visit:</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://twitter.com/SlimeySleeze”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://twitter.com/SlimeySleeze</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://twitter.com/Cortez_Jamar”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://twitter.com/Cortez_Jamar</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://www.facebook.com/cortezjamar”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://www.facebook.com/cortezjamar</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://www.facebook.com/martez.anderson.370″><span data-contrast=”none”>https://www.facebook.com/martez.anderson.370</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://www.instagram.com/martez.tuezday”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://www.instagram.com/martez.tuezday</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://www.instagram.com/Cortezjamarmusic”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://www.instagram.com/Cortezjamarmusic</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://instagram.com/cortez-jamar”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://instagram.com/cortez-jamar</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://instagram.com/2zday”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://instagram.com/2zday</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://soundcloud.com/2zday”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://soundcloud.com/2zday</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://soundcloud.com/cortez-jamar”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://soundcloud.com/cortez-jamar</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4JBroC_FQxAWv3ekUm5Zgg”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4JBroC_FQxAWv3ekUm5Zgg</span> </a&gt;

<span data-contrast=”auto”>“</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Mami</span><span data-contrast=”auto”> </span><span data-contrast=”auto”>Wata</span><span data-contrast=”auto”>”</span><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

<a href=”https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_l58PG9lP0h7vazAExgFSJFcQKr61QAPvU”><span data-contrast=”none”>https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_l58PG9lP0h7vazAExgFSJFcQKr61QAPvU</span></a><span data-ccp-props=”{}”> </span>

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