Rico Love Songs

  • S.A.N.D.S
    Looking to build off the momentum made by his debut album Turn The Lights On, Rico Love has been releasing random records ever so often in attempt to keep his relevancy in the industry. Today, he decides to return to the scene with a raunchy new record called “S.A.N.D.S.”
  • I Know Dat
    I Know Dat
    Jim Jones has arrived with a brand new single featuring Rico Love, but while it could have easily been an R&B crossover record, the two have decided to keep things traditionally gritty, both sticking to rapping over a pummeling instrumental.
  • Coldest Remix
    Coldest Remix
    Rico Love's I Sin free album from last August was on point, but apparently the NOLA crooner wasn't satisfied yet because he just renovated "Coldest," one of the project's better tracks, with verses from Kevin Gates, Trick Daddy, and Trina. It's a Dirty South smorgasbord as each rappers something a little different to the table. 
  • Weak
    Even with his new album, Turn The Lights On, fresh in rotation, Rico Love still continues to hit the studio and keep the new music rolling. After warning us, Rico kept his word and released a new track at midnight tonight called “Weak”.
  • Somebody Else (Remix)
    Somebody Else (Remix)
    Getting the all-star remix is a sign your single is on it's way out the park, and Rico Love's "Somebody Else" earned that status with the Wiz Khalifa and Usher-assisted mix that dropped a couple weeks ago. Not many R&B records get the dancehall treatment however, and Rico's hit has just hit that milestone, as Sean Paul adds some vocals to yet another mix, which also adds some reggae drums to the track.
  • Days Go By
    Days Go By
    On May 19th, Rico Love will be dropping his new album Turn The Lights On, and from it we've already heard the single "Somebody Else," as well as its Usher and Wiz Khalifa-featuring remix. Today, the singer/songwriter gives us another new one just two weeks before release day. Check out "Days Go By," produced by Danja, below.
  • Keisha (Remix)
    Keisha (Remix)
    While he's already released 3 projects since, Beatking's Gangsta Stripper Music Vol. 2 is still producing hits, with auto-tuned highlight "Keisha" recently making enough noise to earn a high profile remix. Kirko Bangz and Ken Randle -- a Houston icon and up-and-comer, respectively -- each contribute, as does accomplished songwriter, Rico Love.
  • Somebody Else (Remix)
    Somebody Else (Remix)
    Back in December, veteran singer, songwriter and producer Rico Love began rolling out his new album Turn the Lights On with the single "Somebody Else." With the album now set to arrive in under two weeks, Love's now shared a remix of the lead single that features Usher and Wiz Khalifa.
  • Strip Club (Pt. 2)
    Strip Club (Pt. 2)
    Following last month’s “1:45” release with Manolo Rose, Rico Love decides to return today another new track for us called “Strip Club Pt. 2”.
  • Real One
    Real One
    Trina seems to be searching for a radio hit. Unfortunately, her crossover record with Tory Lanez did not make the impact it should've, so she's served up another strong stab at an R&B-led single. Not only is "Real One" a sonic companion to "Fuck Love" it also has some thematic resemblances to the record. Between Rico Love's hooks, Trina takes aim at disloyal men, hoping to find someone real and true to her.
  • 1:45
    Manolo Rose looked like he may be forgotten while Troy Ave rode his song, "All About The Money" to a higher plane of fame. Luckily, the rapper clearly has more than one jam in him, and "Run Ricky Run" has earned him some rap radio airplay. He's also becoming an in-demand feature, especially in New York. The latest record he shows up on is Rico Love's "1:45", a late night anthem which is a tad harder than what we've generally heard from Rico so far.
  • Still A Fan
    Still A Fan
    Rico Love is one of the R&B singers like Ty Dolla $ign and BJ The Chicagpo Kid who are often assumed to be rappers, even though they spend the majority of their time crooning. That being said, "Still A Fan", a new record Rico's released through DJ Envy finds him doing a fair bit of spitting, but of course, he's best when he's busting out the melodies.
  • Somebody Else
    Somebody Else
    Super-producer Rico Love has been steadily increasing his following as a solo artist for a few years now, releasing tracks with some of hip hop music's most acclaimed emcees. Today, he returns with his latest attempt at a hit single with "Somebody Else." Produced by Jake One, the record finds our narrator reflecting on the loss of his lover to another man. This is Love's first solo single since August's "Bank Roll" to hit our front pages. Let's hope that it's a sign of more quality records to come. Give "Somebody Else" a listen and let us know what you think.
  • No Type (Remix)
    No Type (Remix)
    The past week has seen several artists come out against the long-standing industry tradition of "remixing" other artists' songs by simply spitting a verse over the original version's unchanged production.
  • Latch (Remix)
    Latch (Remix)
    ScHoolboy Q surprised us when he hopped on Disclosure and Sam Smith's hit single "Latch" for a remix. Now that Q has given it his OK, Rico Love follows suit with his own revamp of the electronic record.
  • Don't Do It
    Don't Do It
    Even though he just dropped off The Last Hip-Hop Disciple back in May, DJ Kay Slay is already working on his next project, Rhyme Or Die, which is slated to drop sometime later this year. To promote the upcoming project, Slay decides to treat fans to the album’s first single tonight titled “Don’t Do It”, featuring Fat Joe, French Montana, & Rico Love.
  • Bank Roll
    Bank Roll
    To date, the majority of songs that Bobby Shmurda's turned up on have been hard-hitting street anthems that rarely last beyond the 4 minutes mark. But today, he's popped up on Rico Love's new track, a nearly six-minute-long epic entitled "Bank Roll."
  • Coldest
    Singer/songwriter Rico Love gave us "Hunnid Thousin" with Moonie Da Hustle and Troy Ave in July, and returns to his Soundcloud this Monday morning to drop off "Coldest." The record comes in anticipation of Rico Love's free album I Sin, which will be dropping in two days time, on August 27th.
  • Pay Attention
    Pay Attention
    With his new album, Cadillactica, on the way, Big K.R.I.T. decides to come through and release the project’s debut single “Pay Attention”, featuring singer/songwriter Rico Love. With Rico on the sultry hook, the Mississippi-native slows things down a bit and pens a love song aimed at the strip clubs on this one. Unlike most of K.R.I.T.’s releases, this is not self-produced and sees production handled by Jim Jonsin.
  • Hunnid Thousin
    Hunnid Thousin
    After offering up a remix of Migos' "Freak No More" two weeks back, singer/songwriter/producer Rico Love returns today with a new cut, featuring Moonie Da Hustle (a member of the L.E.P. Bogus Boys) and New York's self-appointed savior Troy Ave. Over "Hunnid Thousin" Rico stunts on us, with an over-the-top lifestyle that includes dropping 1k in the span of one night, for a special lady.