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Russ asks for “One More Chance” on new single

The track was released following an Instagram Live recording session.

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Over the past couple of months, Russ has been blessing his fans with a plethora of new tunes. This week, he continues that streak by delivering his latest single “One More Chance,” a self-produced cut that sees the Atlanta-based talent trying to win his relationship back:

“I f***ed up, I apologize, please, I want my baby back, yeah, I said, “I’m sorry” like a hundred times, loyal, but I hope I cross your mind/

Girl, you know you always pop in mine? If I was you I would of left me, too, we just started out, it end so soon, forget how bad I really wanted you.../”

The track was first revealed during a recent Instagram Live session, where Russ essentially invited his fans into the song’s creation. Given his newfound independence following his departure from Columbia Records, it’s safe to assume that he’ll be making himself even more available to his supporters moving forward.

Prior to “One More Chance,” Russ dropped off the singles “Still,” “Can’t Be Me,” and “Give Up.” He also liberated the deluxe edition of his third studio album SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE, which saw seven songs added to the original 14. The project also saw collaborations with Boogie, Ty Dolla $ign, Rick Ross, Devin The Dude, Benny The Butcher, and more.

In addition to the influx of music, this past month has also seen Russ speaking out in support of Black lives during an interview with Variety, telling his fellow non-Black peers that they need to contribute to the culture that they’re profiting from:

“To not give back to the same culture that’s provided me a life and a living, is the definition of thievery, vulture, robbing. If you’re a white artist who’s benefited off of Black culture financially, you need to put money back into Black culture. Your screenshot with your feelings typed on them is not enough. F*** off. Put some money down.”

Press play on “One More Chance” — and, if you missed them, the other aforementioned singles — below.

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