Laze & Royal

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Laze & Royal/Bennett & Justyn
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Hip hop, Alternative, Pop
Years active 2006–present
Labels Capitol Records Warner/Chappell Music
Associated acts Tyga, Ke$ha, Bruno Mars
Members Laze
Royal

Laze & Royal also known as Bennett & Justyn (and previously known as 2XL) are a multi-platinum selling American production duo from Beverly Hills, California. The group is made up of twin brothers, Bennett Armstrong and Justyn Armstrong,[1] both of whom are currently part of the musical group My Crazy Girlfriend.[2]

Discography[edit]

Production
  • "Taeyeon - I"
  • "Taeyeon - Fire"
  • "Bruno Mars - All She Knows"
  • "Tyga feat. The Game - Switch Lanes"
  • "Tyga - Echo"
  • "Tyga - Circus"
  • "Tyga - Where Am I"
  • "Melody Day - Kiss On The Lips"
  • "My Crazy Girlfriend - Crazy Stupid Love"
  • "My Crazy Girlfriend - Go Fuck Yourself"
  • "2XL feat. E-40 - Kitty Kat"
  • "2XL feat. Cherish & DJ Unk - Magic City"
  • "Laze & Royal - Like A Pistol (feat. Marty James)"
  • "Laze & Royal - Marilyn Monroe (feat. Tyler Sherritt)"
  • "Eva feat. Gucci Mane - Not My Daddy"
  • "Eva feat. Tyga - Body on Mine"
  • "YG - This Year (Co-Produced with Antonio Jackson)"
  • "Privaledge feat. Nipsey Hussle - Cold"
  • "Atozzio - Unhealthy Love"
  • "James Cappra Jr - Down The Drain - Pretty Little Liars"
  • "THE BLVD feat. Sasha Sloan - Never Grow Up"
Studio albums
Mixtapes
  • 2009: When Worlds Collide Vol. 1 (Hosted by DJ Vlad)
  • 2009: Kiss Myself Goodbye (Hosted by DJ Ill Will & DJ Rockstar)
  • 2010: When Worlds Collide Vol. 2
  • 2010: Kiss Myself Goodbye 2
  • 2011: Loaded
  • 2012: Wasted

Singles[edit]

Year Song U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap UK Irish Singles Album
2006 "Kitty Kat" (featuring E-40) - - - 30 - Neighborhood Rapstar
2007 "Magic City" (featuring Candy Hill) - - - - -
2007 "Magic City (Remix)" (featuring Cherish and Unk) TBR TBR TBR TBR TBR
2011 "You and Me" (featuring Myah Marie!) - - - - - Hollywood Ate Me Alive!

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lee, Chris (24 February 2007). "Surfacing". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 4 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Wass, Mike (26 November 2013). "Popping Up: My Crazy Girlfriend". Idolator. Retrieved 9 April 2014. 

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