Rico Love Drops New Album “Even Kings Die” – Stream Here!
Rico Love has decided to come out a long hiatus to drop his sophomore album titled, Even Kings Die. The new album will be the song writer/ producers first album since dropping his 2015 album, Turn the Lights On. In the past Rico Love has written and produced songs for the likes of Beyonce, Trey Songz, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Rowland and others. Even Kings Die is a 13 track album featuring Bryan-Michael Cox, Teedra Moses, Scarlet and Ball Greezy.
Rico Love issued the following message with the release of Even Kings Die.
“I apologize for telling you to chase your dreams. I apologize for telling you that if you work hard consistently and do right by others, all things will come together for you. I apologize for telling good prevails over evil. I apologize NOT because these things weren’t or aren’t necessarily true, but because at the time that I was saying it I wasn’t believing it. I had helped so many and they betrayed me. I had loved some who hated me secretly. I put all of my effort into a project that I thought would put me on the heart and mind of the world and it FAILED. The earth was cracking beneath my feet and I was angry! So I ran away. I made every excuse to make myself seem cool but in actuality I was a COWARD. It took something major to crack my soul in pieces but also taught me find the beauty in putting it back together again. So yes, EVEN KINGS DIE. But the KINGDOM lives on forever. I hope you appreciate my honesty.”
Stream the album below
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