In 2016, Jacob Latimore made a well-rounded transition in his music with the arrival of his Connection album, an effective entry that preserved essential elements of R&B while offering up Latimore as a fitting torchbearer for the genre.
Now, since taking a hiatus that found the multihyphenate focusing his efforts on his acting career, Jacob has finally returned with a new string of music that is set to lead us to his forthcoming Connection 2 album, a long-awaited follow-up. After sharing "Come Over Here," the crooner has officially begun the countdown toward C2 with his latest "Mine," featuring Q Money.
The effort finds Latimore as he navigates lyrics about a playgirl who's strung him along just to hang him out to dry, boldly opening up with, "Really, I don't trust bitches."
I learned a lesson in life
Why can't you decide?
No one can play on both sides