K. Smith ft. Rico Love - Human Nature

Posted 8 years ago
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Streetz to Hollywood

This past summer, rapper K. Smith told a certain female that he could be a better man.  Since that lady decided to ditch her old man, in favor of Smith, one might expect them to live happily ever after, right?  Unfortunately, since K. Smith is getting more and more famous by the minute, trying to resist Human Nature (that feeling you get when other chicks are around) is just too hard.  Helping to get that point across is the “President of Milwaukee,” Rico Love, who commandeers T-Pain‘s voicebox on the hook and uses his songwriting skills (Throwback, All Because Of You) to give Human Nature a reasonable shot at being the ying to Better Man’s yang (somewhat like Loso’s Baby Don’t Go was to Make Me Better).  Smith’s debut album, Streetz to Hollywood, is set to drop later this year; look for the promising musician to make waves.

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