Masspike Miles ft. Rick Ross - Get It Together

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Da Track Dealer
Album:
Untitled Upcoming Project

While R&B is usually considered the music genre in which singers pine over lost love and bash the no-good ex, rap tends to not be so love-stricken.  Breaking down barriers and blowing up stereotypes, however, Boston native Masspike Miles brings a rap feel to R&B on his new single, Get It Together, off his forthcoming untitled project set for release in July.  Miles brings the streets to his melody with the help of Rick Ross, who appears at both the beginning and end (that’s getting your money’s worth).  This mellow song, produced by London-bred Da Track Dealer, is all about making money because, according to Miles, “if it don’t make money, then it don’t make sense.”  Now that’s love.

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