O.W.S. is a relatively new singer with no face (yet, we're sure he's got a face, just not one we've seen) who signed to Island Records and dropped his debut single "Waterline" with Pusha T via Jay Z's Life + Times blog today. The UK artists sings about consistent strumming about a failed relationship and possibly giving it another chance. Push comes in around the 2:00 mark to give the song some extra oumfff with his verse.
O.W.S. spoke on the record saying, "Itâs not everyday you get the rapper with the number one hip hop album of last year wanting to feature on your record; but as soon as King Push heard âWaterlineâ he wanted to jump on it. Working with Pusha T was dope and having the support of Kanye & G.O.O.D Music was a blessing. Itâs an honor and privilege for them to show their belief in me as an artist and really get behind what Iâm doing."
You complain I dismiss like tsk tsk
Then you get pissed, the never of this bitch
I just wish all the words that we dished
Hopeless, selfish ain't exist