Rico Love was on a roll releasing remixes of popular tracks, but come December, the singer/songwriter/producer decided to drop off the first single off his upcoming debut album, the Jake One-produced "Somebody Else." It's an emotional ballad from the singer,
"Don't Do It" is a DJ Kay Slay track that dropped back in August 2013, but it's taken him until now to drop a video for the track, which features Fat Joe, French Montana & Rico Love.
Earlier today, Big K.R.i.T. granted us streaming privileges for the title track from his upcoming album Cadillactica, and it seems like he was feeling especially generous today, as he's also just dropped a video for another album cut.
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 al
Even if the name Rico Love doesn't immediatly ring any bells (as it should), it's guaranteed that you've heard a song that he's worked on.
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."
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.
Rico Love is a multitasking artist if there ever was one. The man may have started out as a rapper, but he's grown into a singer, songwriter and producer, and he remains humble through it all.
In preparation for his upcoming album, Turn The Lights On, smooth crooner Rico Love has shared the video for his recent track "Bitches Be Like." Watch the clip, which features Love having a passive-aggressive argument with his girl, above.
This isn't the first remix to Rico Love's "They Don't Know," and it may not be the last. This one trims TI and Trey Songz from the cut, but adds Pitbull to the mix, preserving the Ludacris involvement.
DJ Kay Slay knows how to bring out the guests on a remix. That's right, French Montana, Rico Love, Chinx, Gooney, Sheek Louch *and* Styles P all make appearances for this star-studded mix.
Rico Love's "They Don't Know" has become his breakout hit, earning the R&B singer ab all-star remix which now has it's own visual. Ludacris, Tiara Thomas, and Emjay show up for the video, which is stylishly directed by Erik White.
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