Rico gets industry friends Usher and Wiz Khalifa on the remix to his single "Somebody Else."
Who needs a good girl when there are strippers? Rico Love drops a sequel to his red light district single, 'Strip Club,' in which he gives props to exotic dancers, who are trying to "make it."
The video ethereally portrays Ricoâs lovelorn yearnings as the vision of his lady-no-more loiters in his thoughts.
While standing in front of shadows and vibrant colors and images, Rico spits brash bars amid flashing lights...
Love flips the original (about the duo liking no certain type of woman) by singing about a woman of the gold-digging-type who has skewed priorities (a common theme in his musical creations).
Switching up the production and adding his own vocals, Rico adds an extra, dangerous edge to the original song, which harbors a dance vibe.
The clip acts more like the official video with words over it as Rico encourages his lady to chill, and well, go with the flow as he blindfolds her for a spur-of-the-moment night out.
Featuring Future, the Parris Stewart-directed clip sees both artists unleashing their braggadocios lyrics in a warehouse, at times surrounded by fly women.
Headed by the previously released "Freak No More" and "Coldest," Love mixes tender production with gritty trap, also swirling together sung vocals with flows for 11-tracks of his interesting take on women, status, and money.
From his upcoming freebie project I Sin, Rico Love drops a tune called "Coldest" from the set in which he sings with pride for the fly, independent woman in his life.