If you love HER, Ella Mai, Khalid, and Bryson Tiller’s music, then you will definitely love 6lack’s recent project “East Atlanta Love Letter”.
His album has great guest features including J.cole, Future, Offset, and Khalid. "East Atlanta Love Letter" is based upon his life and journey within the two years he has been in the limelight. He speaks about being a father, ending and starting new relationships, being famous, and learning his way with new responsibilities. He connects to his audience on different levels because he is open about his life.
"East Atlanta Love Letter" is on the Billboard 200 at the number 3 spot, which is his highest charting release in the United States.
6lack, whose name is Ricardo Valdez Valentine, is an American singer, songwriter, and rapper from Atlanta. He attended Valdosta State University, and dropped out to produce music, which he loved more. After moving to Miami to produce a record, he signed to Flo-Rida. 6lack says he was homeless, sleeping in studios and performing in shows under Flo-Rida.
He is signed to LoveRenaissance and Interscope Records. He released his well-known single “Prblms” in 2016 and his career has taken off ever since.
After getting out of the contract with Flo-Rida, his career took him in places he never thought he would see. Around April 2018, he was featured on a hit single with Ty-Dolla Sign called “OTW” by Khalid. This single started topping the charts. He is comparable to Usher in the late 90s to mid-2000s.
6lack’s music is worth listening to, and will touch you emotionally, leaving you craving for more. This album is worth listening to because his music is sincere, genuine, and pure. If you are in the Atlanta area in December, he is closing out his tour performing East Atlanta Love Letter.

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