Baltimore’s double-platinum musical gem, Shordie Shordie, is back on the scene with the unveiling of his new music video, “Reservation”, a standout single from his novel conceptual project, A Life For Two, available to stream now on Warner Records. Experience the visual treat of “Reservation” HERE and immerse yourself in the full depth of A Life For Two by streaming it HERE.
The “Reservation” video delivers a captivating narrative as Shordie Shordie performs amidst an intimate sushi dinner with a love interest, passionately singing, “Don’t wanna waste no time, I got here way too late / Excuse for what I’m saying, I’m high off you today / Make out a reservation, I got a place to be”. This is the second track of his project, A Life For Two, which paints a vibrant picture of a budding romance, reminiscent of a modern-day Romeo & Juliet. Shordie Shordie’s unique blend of melodious sound, authentic charm, and raw narrative prowess are vividly displayed in the unfolding story.
A Life For Two is Shordie Shordie’s ambitious follow-up to his successful 2022 release, More Than Music, Pt. 2, and his 2020 album, >Music (More Than Music). Riding on the wave of his first sold-out headlining ‘On The Block’ tour, A Life For Two demonstrates an evolution in Shordie Shordie’s intricate songwriting abilities. The DMV standout has honed his unique storytelling style, combining it with a polished aesthetic to deliver a project that has garnered him over 1.5 billion streams and support from industry heavyweights such as Wiz Khalifa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Offset, and Rich Homie Quan. Shordie Shordie’s artistic prowess has also earned critical praise from respected media outlets including Pitchfork, XXL, The FADER, COMPLEX, HotNewHipHop, The Washington Post, and more.
A Life For Two – Tracklist:
- Into You
- How High
- Get Closer (feat. Octavian)
- In Love
- Trust You
- Remember Me Sober (feat. 03 Greedo)
- Better with Each Other
- Thug Life
- Paid Lawyer
Witness the continued musical evolution of Shordie Shordie with his latest offering, A Life For Two, and the enchanting visuals for “Reservation”.