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 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.
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.
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 &ldq
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."
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.
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 decides to give his own flare to Migos' "Freak No More" for a remix. The original song appeared on Migos' No Label II project in quite a different form, as Rico Love has now added his own r'n'b touch to the production, bringing the piano keys to the forefront of the instrumental.
Rico Love has been spending 2014 stepping out from behind the curtain as a songwriter and producer and into the spotlight as a singer. His latest track, "He Got Money," features Future providing some well placed ad-libs.
K. Camp’s latest smash hit “Cut Her Off” has been remixed by a plethora of big named artists. After hearing the likes of Rick Ross, T.I., Kevin Gates, among others take on this track, next up we have Rico Love and his #TTLO remix.
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.