Luke James Enlists Rick Ross for Emotional Song ‘Options’
After dropping his 2012 mixtape ‘Whispers in the Dark,’ Luke James returns with his first offering from his upcoming project, ‘Made to Love.’ On Tuesday (June 3), the singer-songwriter dropped an emotionally-driven single called ‘Options,’ which features a guest verse from Rick Ross.
The song opens with a downing piano groove before it explodes into a thundering trap beat as James sings of a volatile relationship that has run its course.
“So far gone, I’m barely breathing / She’s holding on guess she’s got her reasons / It’s really hard to see what we have become / And that’s why I’m leaving,” he sings. “So please forgive me / ‘Cause I never wanted to hurt my daughter / But on the real…you hurt me more than I ever could.”
Meanwhile, Rozay raps about a self-determined woman who likes to swing from the “shower rod” and boasts about running the city.
“Untouchable my clique is / Money long as my d— is / Shorty handle her business / She’s the realist / Hundred stacks in Bel Air / Black bottle, black male / You looking at who’s running the city,” he raps.
Luke James is currently working on his ‘Made to Love’ album, which has no release date as of yet. As for his single, Kelly Rowland gives it a thumbs up.
— KELENDRIA ROWLAND (@KELLYROWLAND) June 3, 2014