Cop James Fauntleroy's new free album "The Warmest Winter Ever".
James Fauntleroy has been working as a songwriter behind the scenes for some time, but in the last year or so we've really seen him come into the foreground of the music industry. Appearing on tracks like Drake's "Girls Love Beyonce", J. Cole's "Born Sinner", and Big Sean's "World Ablaze", Fauntleroy has put in work with some of the biggest names in rap, but it hasn't slowed his solo material either.
Tonight, the R&B singer comes out of nowhere and treats fans to an early Christmas present with The Warmest Winter Ever. Serving as a free album, the featureless project contains 10 new X-mas slow songs, including tracks like “Christmas Everyday,” “The Present,” “Stocking Stuffer,” and “Like Summer".
Cop the follow up to String Theory Acoustic below, and if you need any motive to listen to it, I think Rihanna's co-sign should be good enough.
My Christmas album is all slow jams, so I'm putting it out when the sun goes down…
— sensei (@fauntleroy) November 27, 2014