R&B has a new killa..
New Jersey singer Tone Stith has been destined for greatness for a minute now, catching Jas Prince's attention early in this teens, whom remained in his corner up to his solo career. If you aren't familiar with Jas Prince, he's the individual who discovered Drake, so yeah you can say he has an ear for talent. More recently in Tone Stith's career, he co-wrote Chris Brown's hit, "Liquor," which led to him signing with major-label RCA and now brings us to his new EP titled Good Company. The EP keeps the features at a minimal including only Swae Lee, Quavo and Ty Dolla $ign with Tone Stith keeping the focus on him for the other tracks. Tone gives us endless smooth baby making music with melodies that'll leave you humming while you shop for last minute Christmas gifts. The title track "Good Company" includes two of the three features on the whole project with Swae Lee and Quavo assisting what sounds like a classic Chris Brown jam; no wonder Tone was a go-to writer for Chris Brown. Quavo does his thing on his short verse, but it's Swae Lee's knack for making every chorus a classic that really brings this track together. Keep an eye out for Tone Stith because Jacquees... he's coming for your self-declared crown.
Stream "Good Company below and find it on our The AM playlist via Spotify.