Yesterday I had the pleasure of debuting a single from Multi- Platinum artist Cupid and Lake Charles rising phenom Jarvis Jacob's new single "I Love Chocolate". The song was produced by multi-platinum producers Sinista On The Trax, who has worked with Juvenile and more and Mr. Phat, who produced the hit single "Cupid Shuffle". I have to admit I didn't know what to expect from the single, while I knew that it would be a masterpiece for sure.

I was not disappointed at all and the single is going to be a Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall anthem. I did realize that having these 2 artist together is what we needed. I spoke with Cupid and he personally said that Lake Charles has something with Jarvis. He vowed to do whatever he could to make sure that the world gets to know who Jarvis Jacob is. Here is a picture with Cupid and I a couple of years ago at an album release party. He came through and mingle with listeners and fans and gave the back story on how a lot of the songs came to be.

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The song will be on all streaming platforms and if you are like me, I am sure that you will be playing this song over and over again. If this is your first time hearing it, make sure your ears are ready for some very tasty R&B.

Cupid Ft. Jarvis Jacob- "I Love Chocolate":

Here is a personal picture with DJ Chef Jeff, myself and Jarvis Jacob as they were the band for the evening for the Delta Sigma Theta event.

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I am proud to know both of these artist and respectively they are powerhouses musically. However, together this could be something to look forward to. Make sure you go and stream, buy and download "I Love Chocolate", and be on the lookout for more great things to come from Cupid and Jarvis Jacob.

Cupid- "Cupid Shuffle":

Jarvis Jacob- "All Day":

 

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