R&B singer Bobby V is back to news-making and this time it’s all about the music. The crooner has made a power move to join forces with independent music label The SRG-ILS Group. Peep five things you need to know below!
1. It’s A Milli (At Least)
Bobby V. has inked a multi-million dollar recording agreement with The SRG-ILS Group. New music will be released early in 2018 through SRG-ILS and The Universal Music Group. With millions on the table and new music on deck for 2018, it’s going to be a hot winter with new heat.
2. The SRG-ILS Group’s Hyped AF
“I am excited to be part of reuniting Tim Kelley and Bobby V. Together they made some incredible music, and I know they are about to shock the music world again.” – Claude Villani, The SRG-ILS Group CEO
3. Long-Time In The Making
The partnership will reunite Bobby with SRG-ILS A&R Head Honcho Tim Kelley who produced Bobby’s eponymous debut album. The debut went on to sell over 1 million copies landing at #1 on the Top R&B and #3 on the Top 200 Billboard US Album Charts. “It’s a blessing that Bobby is my first signing as Head of A&R at SRG-ILS. I’ve been a big brother in his career for years and we had major success with his debut album. Now we have unfinished business. It’s reunion time!” – Tim Kelley, Producer and Head Of A&R
4. Bobby V’s Just As Hyped As The SRG-ILS Group
Since his explosive introduction on the scene, Bobby V. has had numerous top selling albums and singles dominating charts around the world. Now after conquering the majors and the mainstream, Bobby is ready to cut a new path and take control. “I watched my parents work from very humble beginnings to make a life for me and my sister. They instilled the values of family, hard work and being passionate for all I do. To get a chance to work with Tim again and show everyone what I am about is a true blessing.” – Bobby V.
5. New Album’s Sparking Controversy
The reunion with Tim Kelley will give R&B fans what they want and more of what they did not know they needed. Having worked with a literal who’s who of the Hip Hop and R&B world including Ludacris, 50 Cent, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Future, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, K. Michelle, and Timbaland, expect many familiar guests on Bobby’s upcoming release, Controversy.