Album: Luke James (2014)
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  • The lead single from Luke James' eponymous album is a piano-driven song concerning two lovers making a life-altering decision and having options about which way they go. He told Billboard magazine that the song is about, "a sensitive topic, but something that many relationships experience."
  • The song features a verse from Rick Ross. The Maybach Music Group boss jumped on the effort after he'd heard it. "Personally, if I wanted to have a feature on it, I would want it with someone who has a voice that people adhere to," James told The Boombox; "someone people connect with and Rick Ross has that voice."


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