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Hottest Songs – June 2019 – Pt. 48

Ro James Returns With Luke James For Seductively Smooth “Magic”

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The smooth singer is back with another single

It’s been a HOT minute since we’ve reported German r&b artist, Ro James, dropping anything. The last we wrote about him, he had dropped off his single “Excuse Me” in August of last year, which was the first thing he released following his Smoke EP in March of that year. “Feels good to be back,” he said at the time of the release. “This process has been different, a growing process for sure. Had to take some time for my mental . Can’t wait to share ….Album in November,” Unfortunately, Ro didn’t return with an album as he said he would, but he was one of the various artists which collaborated on Forever Words – a 2018 album of a multitude of varying artists recording poetry and lyrics by Johnny Cash set to music.

Now, Ro returns with r&b and jazz singer Luke James, and production duo Nez & Rio, to deliver a slow, seductive banger with “Magic.” The laid-back, boom of the beat, combines magically (pun intended) with the contrast of Ro’s perfectly pitched falsetto and Luke’s bass-y undertoned, and slightly raspy and leisurely, musically-spoken addition.

Quotable Lyrics:

Sit, way back, one hand on my wood…grain
Top down, I can’t hear a fucking thing
I just smoke on to my brain
Counts before it goes insane and sing
Please don’t stress me mama, no
Don’t come around me cutie pie

Jeezy & Master P Connect On “Gone”

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Off of the “I Got The Hook Up 2” soundtrack.

The Snowman and the Ice Cream man have connected for a brand new track. With Master P‘s new film I Got The Hook Up 2 dropping next month, the No Limit CEO joined forces with Jeezy for a new cut off of the soundtrack titled, “Gone.” The two Southern legends connect with Drumma Boy who cook up a fire instrumental for the two rappers.

I Got The Hook Up 2 comes over 20 years after the original debuted in 1998.  The film is set to be released on July 12th. “This project is not only hilariously funny, but it expresses the vitality of gentrification, entrepreneurship, and coming together as a family during hard times,” Master P said about the film. “With all the tragedies in the world, we could all use a good laugh. This is one of the many projects on the way from Genius Minds Films.”

Quotable Lyrics
Pour a little out for my n***as ain’t with us
Pull up in them cars and them toys go with us
Pull up in them cars and them girls gone with us
Ball ’til we fall, tell the feds free my n***as

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