The Oklahoma Collective O2worldwide Returns With Their New Single "ONLY ONE"

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Hailing from the unlikely state of Oklahoma, the hip-hop collective known as O2worldwide has been steadily building on audience with recent single  "WHAT'S THE MOVE." The single garnered huge attention and even got the cosign of hip-hop personality Ebro Darden. On the heels of this recent success, the 16-person group is now back with their follow up.  

O2worldwide kicks off 2021 with the confident  "ONLY ONE." The beat, produced by group member RT, is a laid back homage to boom bap with driving keys. Rappers Ombachi and Yungddos trade verses reflecting on the sacrifices they’ve made pursuing their dreams. Both talk about their lack of time to properly maintain a relationship now that their lives are dominated by working towards their dreams. The track is still uplifting and optimistic though, as the two rappers look towards their bright futures as a result of their work ethic and dedication.  

"ONLY ONE" is the first single for their upcoming album BACK ON TRACK.  The single builds anticipation for their album, but it's still unclear exactly what direction O2worldwide will choose to go with this full length release. Stream their album BACK ON TRACK out February 17th.

Listen to  "ONLY ONE" by O2worldwide below:

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