Far from his days in the early 2000s with quartet Pretty Ricky, Pleasure P continues his solo career with his new joint featuring Flo Rida called "Could You Love Me?" In the clip, the "Love & Hip Hop: Miami" star creates in the studio and cozies up with several beauties. Fellow "L&HH: Miami" star Amara La Negra makes an appearance [Read More]
Following the Love and Hip Hop Miami finale, R&B crooner Pleasure P is stepping away from his Pretty Ricky contributions to release his new smooth single, "You Changed." The singer teamed up with producer Lil Wonder to deliver the emotionally-filled track. According to Pleasure, "Pain is what I’ve been thru in this business with friends, exes, business partners and even family. [Read More]
While fans watched nationally, the cast of Love & Hip Hop Miami celebrated the show premiere together during a private invite-only event that took place at Studio23 on South Beach. Curated by Monami Ent. CEO, Mona Scott-Young, the gathering was packed with the entire cast, including Trick Daddy, Trina, Pretty Ricky, Gunplay, Amara La Negra and Shay Johnson. Special celebrity guests also included legendary rapper [Read More]
R&B artist Pleasure P reveals a steamy music video for "For A Long Time," a slow-burning ballad on which he pays homage to the late Static Major.
Fresh off the release of his Static Major tribute record, For A Long Time, the R&B crooner hits us with "Dolla Signs," an introspective record that sees him spreading revelations about his career and personal life.
R&B artist Pleasure P pays homage to the late Static Major by reworking his slow-burning ballad, "For A Long Time."
Pleasure P has real issues with Tyga. During a recent interview with The Domenick Nati Show, the R&B singer and former Pretty Ricky group member called out the West Coast rapper for his shady business insisting, "I don't really like Tyga...I don't really rock with Duke."
Miami-native and R&B singer/songwriter Maor Mo links up with Pleasure P for the smooth groove "Robot." Mo takes the first verse while Pleasure takes the second, both men singing about breaking up with their respective girlfriends...
He may have reunited with his group Pretty Ricky temporarily earlier this year on âPuddlesâ and linked up with Ray J and Bobby V for âBad Habitâ, but Pleasure P is stepping out on his own soon with his album, The Marcus Cooper Show.
The R&B crooner, who recently reunited with his group Pretty Ricky for the single, "Puddles," drops off the freebie "Make That Booty Go," as he vies to turn up in the strip club.