Even if the name Rico Love doesn't immediatly ring any bells (as it should), it's guaranteed that you've heard a song that he's worked on. The co-writer and producer of Beyoncé's "Sweet Dreams" has also worked with Usher, Nelly, Diddy, Chris Brown and many more, but lately, he's been focusing on his solo material.
Today Love releases I Sin, a free project that he describes as a "true album." We met up with him to discuss the making of process, the eclectic nature of the album ("The iPod is on shuffle when you're listening to my album") and "Bank Roll," the Bobby Shmurda collaboration that's contained within ("I feel like he's my little brother").
Rico Love is an impeccably well-rounded artist who's already established himself as a behind-the-scenes wizard, and with I Sin, he's stepping up his game as a solo artist.
Channel: US Hip Hop