A.T.L.D.V. Bring The Future To R&B Music

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Kicking off the Spring season with a bang! Augusta GA’s own A.T.L.D.V. recently dropped their highly anticipated 15 track studio album release’ The Future of R&B Bands Vol. 2.

Positive first impressions of The Future of R&B Bands Vol. 2. started after listening to the album’s notable pre-release singles.

The album’s first single entitled U Can Have (All of My Love) is a buttery smooth R&B jam which gives off heavy doses golden era nostaliga. The second single entitled Higher picks up the tempo in a big way and ties in some seriously fresh hip hop elements. The third single entitled Get Money is also guaranteed to be an album favorite and likely your new (get yourself a bag anthem) of 2023 and beyond.

A.T.L.D.V.’s previously released single entitled Rep Yo City had also dropped early in support of the release. Guaranteed to get the party started, the upbeat anthem bigs up repping where your from and features high energy raps bound to light up the spot wherever you be at.

The full length album The Future of R&B Bands Vol. 2. released via The Orchard (a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment) and is now available on all major digital music platforms.

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For fans of great feel good music in general, the album packs in some seriously worthwhile collaborations with the likes of April Sampé, Wyleek, Maestro (D.U.B.), Junior, Qzdamusiqman, and the one and only Fantasia (legendary former winner of American Idol)!

Be on the lookout for new music video’s to drop in support of the recently released album as A.T.L.D.V. are gearing up for nothing but more major moves ahead.

Check out The Future of R&B Bands Vol. 2.’s track listing below and stay up for more news on A.T.L.D.V.


Rep Yo City

Touch Me





My Ting

Gimme Sum



Get Money

U Can Have (All of My Love)

Head Bob

Betcha Dat

Stream/Download the album here: https://found.ee/atldvnewalbum

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