Real Love Pt. II
A hip-hop single that reflects on the meaning of love.
South Jersey/Philadelphia-based artist, Ron A.P., is a musician, writer, actor, and photographer. Currently recording with Dutchstylez Productions, the artist initially began making music in 2002. He took a break from songwriting in 2007 after he joined the military. Ten years later, A.P. returned to the music scene and released his creation “Love Addict” in 2018. Through his work, the artist “shares his feelings, stories, and experiences, connecting with listeners on a much deeper level.” His sound is influenced by artists like Nas, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Muddy Waters, and B.B. King. Ron A.P.’s latest drop is the hip-hop single, “Real Love Pt. II.” The song also has an accompanying music video.
“Real Love Pt. II” is bouncy and feel-goody, with infectious soundscapes and expressions of true love and romance. This song covers almost all the bases for a sweet, but a modern love story. Lyrics like “I think I love her like I really love this hip hop. How these corner boys really love to hug the block” and “Maybe we could tie the knot, don’t worry bout my time, you can always have my spot” explore the meanings of love while keeping things lighthearted. There is no shortage of adoration in the artist’s words as he talks about the apple of his eye. Ron A.P.’s new single delightfully muses on one of life’s most important emotions by keeping smooth lyrics and soft beats in play. So, press play on Ron A.P.’s “Real Love Pt. II” to reflect on matters of the heart.
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