Miranda Lambert Reveals Latin-Flavored 'Two of a Crime'

04/29/2015
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(Radio.com) If you've been wondering what a Miranda Lambert song with some Latin influence sounds like, you're in luck. Lambert's song "Two of a Crime" from the forthcoming comedy Hot Pursuit was released on Tuesday (April 28), and it's unlike anything previously heard from the country singer.

"Two of a Crime" kicks off with gritty guitar distortion before Lambert enters on vocals echoing an Alanis Morissette throwback. "Red rose on painted lips. Puttin' on Chanel. Packing Parliaments," she sings at the onset.

"We're a deadly combination, you and me/ The way I play it cool and you bring the heat," Lambert adds on the chorus. But I got your back and I know that you've got mine/ That makes us two of a crime."

The song closes with nearly two minutes of instrumentals from a Mariachi band, complete with horns and the Latin flavor that begs us to dance along. Read more here.

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