Luke James is pumping out new tunes and we are here for it. Coming steady on the music side, the smooth crooner released his new song “All of Your Love.”
With a bit of an unconventional song structure, James doesn’t hold back. The drifting production is reminiscent of the late ’70s/early ’80s, where the electric guitar ties everything together.
Letting his vocals do the talking, he sings on the first verse, “You got the kind of love that’ll break a mother******s knees baby / Got me begging, got me craving, I just wanna get it squeeze baby / Don’t leave me ‘lone, leave me ‘lone, leave me ‘lone, leave me ‘lone, leave me ‘lone right here / I want it all, want it all, want it all, want it all, I want it all my dear.”
James made his official return to music in October with his new single “Go Girl” featuring his brothers in song BJ the Chicago Kid and Ro James. He performed the track at the 2019 Soul Train Awards on Sunday night.
His long-awaited sophomore album to feel love/d is due early 2020. It will follow his self-titled debut album that dropped in 2014.
Listen to “All of Your Love” by Luke James below.