Pleasure P ft. Lil’ Wayne - Rock Bottom

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Pleasure P
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Producer:
Cool & Dre
Album:
Untitled TBD

Following the gold-certification of Pretty Ricky’s last studio album, Late Night Special, former member Pleasure P split from the group in search of solo success and has vowed to deliver a full-length R&B album later this year.  Recently featured on tracks by rappers Yo Gotti (Let’s Vibe) and Yung Berg (Like My Style), the Miami-native unleashes the first sampling off his untitled debut album.  Rock Bottom, featuring who else but Lil’ Wayne, details the feeling a man gets when his chick has left his side.  Pleasure P’s first musical endeavor since becoming a solo artist will tentatively be released under his own label, Swagga Entertainment, unless a major comes knocking on his door.

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