Kevin Rudolf ft. Rick Ross - Welcome to the World

Posted 7 years ago
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Kevin Rudolf and Ill Factor
Album:
In the City

Next Tuesday, after Kanye (808’s & Heartbreak) and Ludacris (Theater of the Mind) drop their respective new albums, artist/producer/musician Kevin Rudolf will premiere his debut opus, In The City.  Thus far we have featured Rudolf’s Weezy-assisted lead single, Let It Rock, as well his Nas collaboration, NYC; both have garnered a positive response from the DJBooth community.  Next up for the Universal Republic/Cash Money signee is Welcome to the World, a guitar-driven album cut featuring Rick Ross, which details the habits of a female who can’t get enough of the high life.  Rudolf knows what she likes, but he wants to bring her back down to Earth.  If he is successful, more power to him; some things are easier sang than done.

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