As of October of 2022, RJmrLA had finally released his highly anticipated Rodney Brown Jr. album, creating quite a stir among hip-hop fans. The 20-track collection of tracks that made up the album featured a number of artists, including Bree Carter, Roddy Ricch, Marcus, Symba, Cashton, G Perico, Joe Moses, and plenty of others. There were a number of singles that preceded the release, including “Special Delivery” alongside Ty Dolla $ign, and “Aye B**ch,” “Corner House” with O.T. Genasis and on which he raps over a sample of Usher’s iconic 2001 single “U Don’t Have To Call.”
I am pleased to inform you that the South Central-born artist returned to the scene yesterday (Jan. 12), with the official music video for his song “Stop Playin Wit Me.” RJmrLA depicts the hills of Hollywood in his new clip, which was directed by Keoni Mars, while continuously moving over production by J Drip.
RJmrLA was last seen on 2020’s Let Me Talk My S**t, an album that consisted of 10 tracks. This album included guest appearances from Mike Wayne, 1TakeJay, Bino Rideaux, Bree Carter, Joe Moses, Rucci, and others. In addition to his own productions, he has recently been featured on collaborations that include “What If?” featuring Rucci, “Evil Thoughts” produced for the late Drakeo The Ruler, and “Instagram” recorded with Joe Moses.
Related to this initiative, Roger Brown recently announced the first leg of his “Rodney Brown Jr. Tour,” which is scheduled to commence at the end of January in Santa Ana. During a previous interview, he elaborated on how he feels completely comfortable performing in front of a crowd full of people. It is on the stage that I am able to let go of everything. The only thing I get to do is become the superstar I wish to be and feel I am capable of becoming. I was always told that I was not an average person by my people. Those feelings were poured into him,” he stated.