Fresh off the release of Jack, the second of three EPs in his Coke, Jack and Cadillacs series, Ro James returns to our pages with a freshly-minted single off his next project. On this slow-burning cut, the unsigned crooner bemoans the endless romantic and professional complexities that distract him from his hustle, wishing everything in his life could run as smoothly as his ‘84. If there’s one artist who could teach James a thing or two about maintaining a laid-back attitude despite life’s stresses, it’s Snoop Dogg—and that’s exactly who jumps on The Philly Phatboiz’ instrumental to deliver the cut’s closing verse. For more, check out James’s latest EP, available now for free streaming and download in The DJBooth. Watch for the final project in the series, Cadillacs, to drop digitally September 19.
Written by richard on 09/6/13
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