Ace Hood ft. Trey Songz - Ride

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ace Hood , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
The Inkredibles
Album:
Gutta

Since he dropped his street anthem, Cash Flow, this past February, rapper Ace Hood has made a name for himself (and plenty of money).  With his forthcoming debut, Gutta, inching closer to its August 29 drop date, DJ Khaled’s young artist has chosen his all-important follow-up single.  On Ride, Ace is accompanied by the trendy hook-singing of Trey Songz and the production talents of The
Inkredibles
, as he lays his feelings on the line for special someone.  Following the blueprint of many emcees before him, the Broward Country native is clearly appealing to the music-buying female demographic–a smart A&R move after dropping a debut single directed at a completely different crowd.  So, will Ace’s career ride or die?  Check back on August 29.

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