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RMR and Tyla Yaweh bring the “Vibes” in new visual

The collaboration is expected to appear on the forthcoming album ‘HOTEL.’

RMR and Tyla Yaweh’s “Vibes” artwork
RMR and Tyla Yaweh’s “Vibes” artwork
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At the start of the year, RMR revealed that he would soon be blessing his fans with his debut LP, said to be titled HOTEL. Shortly after, he gave fans a taste of what to expect with “Her Honeymoon,” complete with a matching visual that sees RMR asking viewers how the story should end.

Today, RMR returns with a new single titled “Vibes,” which features assistance from Tyla Yaweh and sees the collaborators singing about relationships and trysts with women:

“Not satisfied, I want all of it, superstitions, got the lord on my side, you can run but you can’t hide, baby, switch up and make up a story, I can’t even count how many times, I’ve been in and out of love, baby, walked around with a broken heart, take it out and replace it with something much harder, I promise I’ll never get diamonds locked in...”

Last year, RMR shook the world and joined the country-hip hop fusion movement with “Rascal,” an infectious flip of Rascal Flatts’ “Bless The Broken Road” — that song was made even more popular thanks to its unintentionally hilarious video. Following the piano-driven number’s viral success, the Atlanta-based talent followed up with his debut EP DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART, which — including “Rascal” — saw eight dope cuts with additional appearances from Westside Gunn, Future, and Lil Baby. Before 2020 came to close, RMR then released a three-part series of connecting songs and visuals titled 4th Qtr Medley, which featured re-imaginations of songs by Matchbox Twenty, Drake, and The Goo Goo Dolls — Amber Rose even made a random appearance in one of the clips.

Press play on RMR and Tyla Yaweh’s “Vibes” video, which also sees a cameo from Jamie Foxx. Hopefully, we’ll be getting plenty more details about HOTEL — including a tracklist and release date — sooner than later.

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