Ro James Is Rested And Ready To Drop His Sophomore Album
It's been two years since GRAMMY-nominated sensual R&B singer/songwriter Ro James released an album, but after some time off, he says now is the time to put it out.
"I've just been in my creative space for a little while figuring out how to make sure I make the greatest [album] and being honest with what I feel at the moment," he told the Recording Academy backstage at ESSENCE Fest. "I took my time and took a little break and fell out the energy, lived a little bit, so now it's time to put it out."
James said the album will drop in September and will be a reflection of "growth and evolution, good energy [and] positivity." The German-born Panamanian artist wants fans to know that although his inspiration is always love, this one won't be like his debut, 2016's Eldorado.
"Every album that I put out, I want people to look at it as a painting in a gallery; everyone is different, you appreciate everyone for whatever," he said.