G-Easy did it, now BJ The Chicago Kid hops onto Ro James' single "Already Knew That' for a dope remix, making for a hot collab from two of R&B's talents.
Rising R&B star Ro James blessed fans with a visual for "Holy Water" as he kicked off his 'XIX Tour' and now he's back with a remix to "Already Knew That" in anticipation for the upcoming Grammy Awards.
In the accompanying music video, directed by Sarah McColgan, Ro takes on nature as visits deserted land to highlight the passionate and thought-provoking lyrics of the record.
Written by MAAD and Ro James and produced by her regular collaborators TheVAMP, the song features guitar licks and sensual lyrics for a steamy duet.
R&B stars came out in droves in support of the 3rd Annual Raheem DeVaughn and Friends Benefit Charity Concert on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, at The Historic Howard Theater. Some of our genres best hit the stage including Tweet, Chrisette Michele, Kelly Price, and DeVaughn himself...
Ro James' star is blowing up: the singer is planning to take off on his first headlining tour in 2017. The “XIX Tour" is in support of his debut album, ELDORADO, and will kick off in Portland on Feb 23rd.
2016 was another year of great R&B songs. Veterans like Rihanna, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, and Jeremih continued their hit-making offerings while newcomers like Ro James, Tessanne Chin, and Anderson .Paak gave us beautifully crafted bodies of work covering a variety of topics.
For his performance of "Already Knew That,"James channeled the video for the song with props and extras/dancers to convey the chill, house party atmosphere. For "Permission," it was one-on-one between James and a dancer...
For the visual, James throws a chill kick back complete with ladies and fellas alike. Red cup beverages are present, and one or two hook ups go down, as well.
After years of EPs and mixtapes, soulful NYC artist Ro James is prepping the release of his full-length album ELDORADO, and this tune “Gas” is the fourth offering from the opus. Filled with synthy production and James’ falsetto, the tune channels the sound of the late Prince,