Ye Ali - Ring Feat. Jazz Cartier (Prod. By Sap & Lantz) [New Song]

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Ye Ali connects with Jazz Cartier for "Ring."

Ye Ali is back again with another collaboration under his belt. The singer is moving above and beyond SoundCloud, after already developing a substantial following on the platform. We heard him collaborate with OVO Sound Radio-approved rapper Nessly for "Gucci Umbrella," following which he laid down a record with Kirko Bangz for "Go First," and today he's back with a smooth new record featuring Jaccuzi LaFleur.

Whereas a lot of Jazz's Hotel Paranoia album was amped up, sometimes even chaotic records, "Ring" is a change of pace, with subdued production handled by Sap (who by the way dropped an album of his own today) and Jazz's in-house producer Lantz. Both artists lather up the auto-tune and sing along to the wavy keys that make up the base of the record.

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Ring
Produced by Sap & Lantz

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Ye Ali connects with Jazz Cartier for "Ring."


Ye Ali is back again with another collaboration under his belt. The singer is moving above and beyond SoundCloud, after already developing a substantial following on the platform. We heard him collaborate with OVO Sound Radio-approved rapper Nessly for "Gucci Umbrella," following which he laid down a record with Kirko Bangz for "Go First," and today he's back with a smooth new record featuring Jaccuzi LaFleur.

Whereas a lot of Jazz's Hotel Paranoia album was amped up, sometimes even chaotic records, "Ring" is a change of pace, with subdued production handled by Sap (who by the way dropped an album of his own today) and Jazz's in-house producer Lantz. Both artists lather up the auto-tune and sing along to the wavy keys that make up the base of the record.

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