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.
Side chicks need love too, well, in this case, Pleasure P is the side dude as he ravishes another man's lady, who is yearning for extra sexual pleasures (pun intended).
Pleasure always executes the bedroom jams nicely, and does so with his equally-velvety vocals on this one.
In correlation with his new mixtape, Break Up to Make Up, Pleasure P (Marcus Cooper) drops the video for "Letter To My Ex" a remorseful song as he pens a lyrical, heartfelt letter to his ex.
Pleasure P aka Marcus Cooper is back to teach the world what real R&B music sounds like, and he's doing it for the ladies.
Pleasure P (Marcus Cooper) is remorseful as he pens a lyrical, heartfelt letter to his ex in his latest offering, "Letter to My Ex."
Marcus has been spending a lot of time in the Caribbean, so he hooked up with Jamaican dancehall artist Konshens for "Feels Right," a mid-tempo jam that has the singer suggesting taking the party from the club back to his residence.
Following his exit from Atlantic Records, R&B crooner Pleasure P is ready to revive his solo career. With that said, the three-time Grammy nominee has released the brand new single "I Love Girls" featuring Young Money rapper Tyga.
Marcus 'Pleasure P' Cooper teams up with labelmate Estelle for a banger. The two serenades each other oh the cruising track "Witness," which samples reggae artist Cobra's hit "Flex."