Last we heard from B. Smyth was back in January with his offering "Might Cuff You," now he's back with a new joint called "Kisses." Per his bio, Smyth says he's a "hopeless romantic with a gun under [his] seat"...
B. Smyth released a few joints after signing with ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records following his departure from Motown, but then things went dark.
B. Smyth is following up his previous smooth jams with yet another svelte offering called "Don't Take Your Love." It's a classic soulful jam that has the young, Florida-raised crooner pleading to his lover to stay around.
This one has some old school vibes. In the clip, Smyth and Ricky Rozay partake in a sensual night out to the the strip joint while DJ Khaled cameos.
Following his separation from Motown, young Florida crooner B. Smyth gets Rick Ross on this smooth offering, “Gold Wrappers.” This one has some old school vibes; if you listen closely, you can hear son remnants of Rose Royce’s 1978 “Love Don’t Love Here Anymore” and Curtis Mayfield’s “Be Thankful For What You Got.”
The video features Smyth as he lets his swag shine while surrounding himself with beautiful women. Young Thug comes through to kick it with him.
"Creep" is very grown and appeals to anyone who wants to have a one-night good time.
Today, Florida heartthrob B. Smyth releases a visual for a new song called "Bliss," a sensual, freestyle. The clip features Smyth in a red light special, surrounded by lingerie-clad beauties.
Itâs Trap&B at its finest, filled with smooth vocals, raunchy lyrics, and a hypnotic, bass-knocking beat...
In the accompanying music video, the R&B singer/dancer hits the strip club with friends for some good-ole booty shaking fun. He wraps the clip by showing off his dance moves in a steamy session with two female companions.