Hailing from the midwest and now residing in Los Angeles, duo CB2 seek to leave their footprint in the industry with their unique music. The duo comprised of Tommy Tonka (Tommy D. Daugherty) and K-Tel (Keyohm) seeks to fuse country music with hip-hop elements. The mixture of these two genres results in the unique genre of “Countrified Urban” as CB2 likes to call it. Tommy Tonka is a recording engineer, producer, mixer, and bass player originating from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. K-Tel is a recording artist, producer, and songwriter/writer hailing from St. Louis, Missouri. Undoubtedly, the uniqueness of the duo and their music is set to set them apart in a saturated music industry.
Tommy D. Daugherty (Tommy Tonka) has engineered/produced/remixed for Prince, Dr. Dre, Paul McCartney, Ben Harper, 2Pac, Korn, Death Row Records, and many more.
About The Single
CB2’s latest single, “Big Truck”, fuses two single (country and hip-hop) to create the unique genre CB2 coined “Countrified Urban”. The track draws inspiration from country music, rural town culture, and American country life fused with the essence of hip-hop. The single is dedicated to all of the women that are new to a cowboy town, and the men that let them slip through their fingers. Moreover, it is a song for all of those women that love big trucks and for the men that are hauling, towing, mud bogging, monster trucking, or just showing off their truck. The song has the element of relatability and elements that will resonate with the listener. The fun track has a unique production and seamlessly combines two polar opposite genres. At this pace, CB2 is breaking genre barriers and are definitely worthy to keep an eye and ear out for. ____________________________________________________ Follow CB2 Facebook