Luke James Wants ‘All Of Your Love’, On New Track

Luke James Wants 'All Of Your Love'

Luke James Wants ‘All Of Your Love’

Luke James All Of Your Love:Luke James has announced the release of a new track, titled, ‘All Of Your Love’. It is a soulful song, set to guide us towards his upcoming album.

It comes right after teaming up with BJ The Chicago Kid and brother Ro James on “go girl.

The cut was originally teased during the Soul Train Music Awards as the trio took to stage to deliver on a full rendition of “go girl.” The track hosts a particularly nostalgic backdrop that boasts soundscapes popularized by soul and funk staples of the late 20th century. Paired with the sound heralded on “go girl”, James is shaping up to create a formidable entry among top R&B outputs when to feel love/d arrives in 2020.

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Until that arrives, enjoy “all of your love.”

Lyrical Excerpts

All of your love
Give it all to me baby, yeah
All of your love, yes
What’s for me is for you baby
All of your love
‘Cause I need it
Give me all of your love

[Instrumental & Non-lyrical Bridge]

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[Spoken Words Outro]
You ever think that, maybe
Maybe it’s destiny?
Maybe it’s destiny that brought us together?

About Luke James

Luke James Boyd (born June 13, 1984) is an American singer, songwriter and actor.[1] He began his musical career singing background for R&B artist Tyrese , where he met and was soon mentored for several years by Super producers The Underdogs with an acquaintance, Quentin, under Luke & Q.

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He was signed directly to J Records by Clive Davis himself and later wrote songs for musicians such as Chris Brown, Britney Spears and Justin Bieber. Under the management of record producer Danja, James released his first mixtape, #Luke, in 2011. The mixtape’s critically acclaimed single “I Want You” earned him a Best R&B Performance nomination at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.



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