Multi-talented artist Rico Love celebrates his 36th birthday by releasing his second album, 'Even Kings Die,' the follow up to 2015's 'Turn The Lights On.' Featuring contributions from Bryan Michael Cox, Teedra Moses, and Lil Duval "Smile" collaborator Ball Greezy, the sophomore effort continues to spotlight the phenomenal and transcendent talent of the Grammy-Award winning singer, songwriter, and producer. Comprised of 13 well-orchestrated [More]
Grammy-winning artist Rico Love is now in the business of breaking artists! Known for his work with superstars like Beyonce, Usher, Trey Songz and a slew of others, the veteran producer, songwriter, and performer recently launched the "Rico Love Presents," a platform to give talented artists more opportunities to be successful. "It's an opportunity for incredibly talented people," says Rico. [More]
"Do Good," from emerging new artist TXS, is the first offering from Rico Love's upcoming compilation project, Rico Love Presents...TTLO. The record is accompanied by a sensual music video, which was given treatment by Love. In the Parris Stewart-directed clip, TXS seduces the camera in various body-revealing outfits as she delivers the thought-provoking lyrics. "I hope you don't find another crazy one / [More]
"New name, same show, same spirit, and same soulful conversations." Music is a universal language we can all relate to and over the years digital media has sharpened the way music is absorbed. Spotify a worldwide digital platform has opened the doors for music lovers to connect and enjoy millions of tracks. Ranging from the indie artists on the rise [More]
Following his January 2016 single “Please” ft. Pusha T, Division 1 artist Rico Love returns with a newbie called “House.” Over the trap track which samples Frank Ski’s “Whores in This House,” Love takes the time to call out the loose women himself.
Thereâs nothing like a good begginâ song, but Rico Love takes it to a whole ânother level.
Rico Love turns up the raunch-factor on his new stray song, âS.A.N.D.S.,â one of many tunes that follow the release of his debut album, Turn The Lights On.
In the clip, Love uses a mid-20th century suburban home for the venue for a lighthearted party to celebrate birthday festivities with a bunch of beauties.
Rico Love keeps the new music coming with the brand new song, "Weak," a soulful gem that draws inspiration from SWV's 90's hit of the same name.
For the new offering, Rico heads to the island, tapping dancehall producer Don Corleon for the infectious beat and reggae star Sean Paul for the party-ready feature.