Two months after the passing of Takeoff, Offset‘s former bandmate and sibling, HitBoy and Offset have released their brand-new song 2 Live as part of the California producer’s Mixed & Mastered partnership with Patrón.

Takeoff was killed after being shot three times in the torso and head at 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, Texas, which is part of the GreenStreet commercial development. After a private party concluded there, he and about 40 other individuals gathered outside the bowling alley.

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According to TMZ, Offset was happy and drinking good spirits at a Patrón party.

Their new single 2 Live celebrates the wildness of Miami rap legend Uncle Luke’s glory days while incorporating Too Short’s smut masterpiece Freaky Tales in the sample.

Nas’ Mass Appeal label released the track, and his team was instrumental in getting the collaboration placed, as per TMZ.

The music video is directed by ThirdEyeRaz, 

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In November at ComplexCon, Hit-Boy discussed the collaboration on a panel with host Speedy Morman, vice president of creative strategy at Mass Appeal Jon Colclough, and Allie Bostwick, global director of communications, culture, and brand alliances for Patrón Tequila.

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While Offset’s most recent collaboration with Migos was 2021’s Culture III, his debut solo album, Father of 4, was published in 2019. Hit-Boy had a successful year in 2022 thanks to his producing efforts on songs like Beyoncé’s THIQUE and YG’s Maniac, which were both featured on the recently released Nas album King’s Disease III. A collaboration album by Hit-Boy and Musiq Soulchild may be available on streaming sites as early as next month, according to a teaser released just a few days ago.