Rush Davis is an emerging R&B singer from L.A., and he's already got a pretty big, albeit unconventional co-sign under his belt.
Lionel Richie has called him a "once every twenty year artist", which is no small claim. The singer has been working alongside legendary southern emcee Scarface on his new album, and has now dropped a new solo single, "Sin Pays The Bills".
The song could sit alongside contemporary R&B, but also bears the DNA of a more classic style of R&B, with some warm keys creeping underneath the rolling high hats, making for a track that is both fresh, and rooted in tried and true musical tradition.
What is love?
What is it good for?
Sin pays the bills
All about my riches
That's my religion
Cash bottles and bitches