Rico Love is known for his brilliant songwriting, but he says he doesn’t enjoy it anymore. The love he once had for creating timeless records for other artists is lost. Watch the video to see him explain why, and the frustrations he felt working with various artists.
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Although he’s focusing on himself as an artist rather than a songwriter, Rico Love talks about his writing process and how he wrote hit songs like “There Goes My Baby” and “Motivation” for Usher and Kelly Rowland. In addition, Rico Love shares which artists are motivating him, and offering the music industry something more than what’s on the surface in this exclusive interview!
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Rico Love On Why He Doesn’t Like Writing Songs For Other People Anymore [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com