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Rob J Drops New Single “What I like” FEAT. DaBaby

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Virginia native and RnB sensation, Rob J has officially released his newest track “What I like” featuring Charlotte native and one of the hottest, new rappers DaBaby.

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The young heartthrob, Rob J mixes his vocal styling over a rhythmic beat that can be blasted in your car or the club. The song has a passionate and alluring tempo meant to get males and females alike in the mood! Rapper DaBaby tops off the track with a sensual verse showcasing a seductive side to his bad boy persona.

With this song, Rob J is proving that he not only has the vocal talent but is a rising star that blends well in RnB and Hip Hop.

Somewhat of a child prodigy, Rob J has been singing since he was six years old. Influenced by Chris Brown, Ne-Yo and Frank Ocean, J starting out in church singing alongside his older brother, but the phenom soon realized that his talent would get him far.

Since then, Rob J has transformed his career. He is now an independent artist that has opened for acts including Jagged Edge, Blackstreet and Rae Sremmurd. His latest album was entitled “22: The Album.” “What I like” is a perfect song to end the Hot Girl/Boy Summer and get the world ready for cuffing season. “What I like” is guaranteed to be sensational and chart-topping! To date, the single has over 25K streams on Spotify.

You can check out the track here. Follow Rob J on Instagram now.

What do y’all think of the song?


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