Somebody’s got Ro James fucked up on his new song, “Excuse Me.” Co-produced by Tricky Stewart and Jean-Pierre Medor, the mellow tune finds James reflecting a relationship where he was giving more than he was receiving.
“You had it easy but you just couldn’t play your part / Our heart was starving while you focused on so many parts / Out of the line, it’s way too old to be acting up,” he sings.
“Excuse Me” is the first single from James’ upcoming sophomore album that will release in November via ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records. “Feels good to be back,” James wrote on Instagram. “This process has been different, a growing process for sure. [I] had to take some time for my mental.”
In a recent interview with Rated R&B, James compared the approach of his second album to his debut album, Eldorado. “Eldorado was my first time going to the label saying, ‘I don’t want to do this, this is who I am’ and accepting their advice too, so we can create something timeless,” he said. “My next album is the same process — growing with people who now are a part of your trajectory, your growth and who you are. I had a concept from the jump but the thing is finding the sound that matches the concept. It was definitely harder but I enjoyed the process.”
Listen to “Excuse Me” below.
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