Songwriter and manufacturer Rico Love was created in New Orleans, Louisiana, but divide his youth between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and NY City’s Harlem community. He went to Florida A&M and, while going to Atlanta, Georgia, proved helpful his way in to the music sector through cable connections with Jagged Advantage and Usher, whose “Throwback” — a fantastic deep take off Confessions — highlighted his insight. From 2005 through 2012, Rico was behind seven music that peaked within the very best Ten of Billboard’s Scorching R&B/Hip-Hop Songs graph, including Usher’s “There Runs My Baby,” Mary J. Blige’s “Mr. Incorrect,” Trey Songz’ “CORONARY ATTACK,” Kelly Rowland’s “Inspiration,” and Melanie Fiona’s “4AM.” Discrete High end, his first single EP, premiered in Feb 2014 through Interscope — “THEY DON’T REALLY Understand” reached the very best 15 of Billboard’s R&B graph. The album Convert the Lighting On followed in-may 2015.