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Russ recruits Capella Grey for “Seduce”

The collaboration sees additional assistance from Tamae and !llmind.

Russ’ “Seduce” artwork Russ My Way Inc.

Russ continues to deliver weekly releases to the masses. Today (Sept. 24), his latest is “Seduce,” a collaboration alongside the somewhat mysterious-yet-undeniable talent Capella Grey. With the added contributions of songstress Tamae and fellow producer !llmind, the Atlanta star and his “Gyalis” cohort harmonize about getting it in with their respective love interests:

“Shе wanna ride me while she smoke weed, she said, ‘Keep your chains on while you choke me’, she tell me, ‘ring my phone up,’ girl, I didn’t know, where you wanna go? ‘Rari go fast and I know you like it, you tell me beat it up slow, ‘til you want more, now you on the floor, tellin’ me to go fast, can you keep it on the low, low, low?”

Since his departure from Columbia Records, Russ has kept his fans fed with a steady stream of singles across multiple genres. This year alone, we’ve been able to enjoy the top quality loosies “When This Was All New,” “Can’t Let Go,” “ThinkTooMuch,” “When I’m With You,” “Italy,” “Fate,” “Misunderstood,” “Bankrupt,” “Small Talk,” “Status,” “3:15 (Can’t Breathe),” “Private” with Rexx Life Raj, “Money On Me,” “Lucky,” “Rather Be Myself,” “Satisfy,” “On The Way,” “Nothin’ I Won’t Do,” and “Cheers“ — essentially a full album’s worth of music.

Russ’ last official album was 2020’s SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE, his last big label release that contained 14 tracks with assists from Rick Ross, Kiana Ledé, Bugus, Benny The Butcher, Devin The Dude, and BIA. The project peaked within the top five of the Billboard 200 thanks to 63,000 first-week album equivalent units — following that, Russ dropped off a deluxe edition of SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE with seven additional songs to enjoy. Later that year, Russ returned with CHOMP, which saw five songs packed with appearances from Ab-Soul, DJ Premier, Busta Rhymes, Black Thought, and more.

Enjoy Russ and Capella Grey’s “Seduce.”

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