Rico Love Is Back With New Project "Even Kings Die"

Rico Love is back with new project, "Even Kings Die."

BYAron A.
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It feels like it's been a hot minute since we heard new music from Rico Love. Of course, he's known for his work behind the scenes, but he's a talented artist in his own right. It's been over three and a half years since he released his debut album, Turn The Lights On but since then, he hasn't dropped too much solo music. Thankfully, the drought is over and Rico Love is here to cap off an already impressive year of R&B with his latest project, Even Kings Die.

Rico Love is back with his latest project, Even Kings Die. The singer returns with a stacked project consisting of thirteen tracks of pure R&B fire. The singer holds down the majority of the project on his own with the exception of a few artists that come through. Ball Greezy, Teedra Moses, Bryan Michael Cox, and Scarlet are credited as guest features on the project.

Peep the new project below.

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