Lil’ Mo ft. Jim Jones - Sumtimes I (Part I)

Posted 9 years ago
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Pain & Paper

Known for her many Hip-Hop inspired collaborations (Ja Rule and Fabolous already sent thank you cards) R&B singer Lil’ Mo anxiously awaits the release of her third studio album, Pain & Paper.  Set to drop this August, the album is the first from the “Mother of R&B” since 2003’s Meet The Girl Next Door.  The first single off Pain & Paper is the Jim Jones collaboration, Sumtimes I.  This gospel-inspired song, full of harp and cello instrumentation, allows Mo to talk to anyone who is listening (includes it seems… those above the clouds.)  Pain & Paper will be released under Lil’ Mo’s own Indie label, Honeychild Entertainment.

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