Two Top Dawg Entertainment artists link up. Recently, Inglewood, Calif. crooner SiR pulled up with two new songs, with the first one being the ScHoolboy Q-assisted "Something Foreign."

Featuring a dreary piano, SiR and Schoolboy Q wax poetic about a lady that captures their attention. The hook itself doesn't appear to have much of a connection to any of their verses.

"Try to keep it humble in a world full of egos, gangsters and evils/Player in the game but I’m making my own rules/And I’m pulling up in something foreign (foreign)/Yea, I’m pulling up in something foreign (foreign)," SiR sings, soulfully gliding across the track.

For his part, Q takes his lady out of this world before getting down to business. "Rub the skins, I found that heaven's true/Melt the sun and keep the moon alive/Dry the winds, and moist behind the five/Can't pretend the greatest sin alive," he delivers.

SiR's second track is a more-upbeat, but equally sultry collab with Etta Bond. There, SiR gets a bit more openly romantic. Both songs have definite replay value.

SiR's been building a good amount of momentum, and he will look to carry it into next year when he joins The War & Leisure Tour with Miguel on Feb. 22. Check out the tour dates, and SiR's two new tracks, below.

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Miguel's The War & Leisure Tour Dates Featuring SiR

Feb. 22 – Portland, Ore.—Roseland Theater
Feb. 23 – Seattle, Wash.—Showbox SoDo
Feb. 24 – Vancouver, B.C.—PNE Forum
Feb. 26 – Salt Lake City, Utah—The Complex
Feb. 27 – Aspen, Colo.—Belly Up
Feb. 28 – Denver, Colo.—Ogden Theatre
March 2 – St. Paul, Minn.—Palace Theatre
March 3 – Milwaukee, Wisc.—Riverside Theater
March 5 – Chicago, Ill.—Riviera Theatre
March 8 – Cincinnati, Ohio—Taft Theatre
March 9 – Detroit, Mich.—Royal Oak Music Theatre
March 10 – Cleveland, Ohio—Agora Theatre
March 12 – Toronto, Ont.—Rebel
March 13 – London, Ont.—London Music Hall
March 15 – Albany, N.Y.—Upstate Concert Hall
March 16 – New Haven, Conn.—College Street
March 17 – Providence, R.I.—The Strand Ballroom & Theatre
March 19 – Boston, Mass.—House of Blues
March 20 – Philadelphia, Pa.—The Fillmore
March 21 – Baltimore, MD—Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric
March 23 – New York, N.Y—Terminal 5
March 24 – Brooklyn, N.Y.—Brooklyn Steel
March 25 – Charlottesville, Va.—The Jefferson Theater
March 27 – Atlanta, Ga.—Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
March 28 – Charlotte, N.C.—The Fillmore Charlotte
March 29 – Orlando, Fla—The Plaza Live
March 30 – Miami, Fla.—The Fillmore Miami Beach
April 1 – Tampa, Fla.—The Ritz Ybor
April 3 – Houston, Texas—Warehouse Live
April 4 – Dallas, Texas—House of Blues
April 6 – Austin, Texas—Stubbs
April 7 – San Antonio, Texas—The Aztec Theater
April 9 – Tucson, Ariz.—The Rialto Theatre
April 12 – Berkeley, Calif.—The Greek

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