Rick Ross Joins Normani and Khalid for “Love Lies (Remix)”
While it's been over a year since Rick Ross dropped off his ninth studio album, Rather You Than Me, that hasn't delayed the MMG head honcho from keeping fans entertained with a rolodex of features. The most recent addition to his lengthy track record this year includes the remix to Normani and Khalid's hit single "Love Lies."
Leaving the DIGI & Charlie Handsome-production intact, Rozay opens the record off with his respective verse as he references the likes of Khalid, Van Gogh and Roseanne in the process. "I see no flaws/So, let's face it/No Roseanne bars/Despite the ratings," he spits nonchalantly over the song's acoustic keys.
As the record progresses, we find the MMG boss get in touch with his more vulnerable side as he spits lines like "She’s my Van Gogh/Such a work of art/This where my love lies in this sensitive heart."
"Love Lies" was initially released back in February, on Valentine's Day to be exact, in part with the feature film Love, Simon. With over 290 million streams on Spotify alone, the song has broken the Top 5 on the streaming platform’s US and global viral charts. Featured as Zane Lowe’s World Record, “Love Lies” also earned a #2 on iTunes’ R&B/Soul Top Songs chart and #9 on the Top Songs chart across all genres.
Hit play and vibe out to the official remix for "Love Lies" below.
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