SAINt JHN continues making moves.
SAINt returns this week with the release of his sophomore album, Ghetto Lenny’s Loves Songs, which he describes as a continuation of his debut effort.
Each track is its own story, whether it’s love-centered and soft, or street-wise and rough. The songwriter doesn’t get himself caught up with genre-labels or target audiences, as he says he simply creates music that he wants to make.
Collection One is a guy that walked into a bar with his blue mink and there’s a girl sitting at the bar. She saw me walk in to order her a drink, paid for it and left. I never introduced myself nor asked for her name. She got the impression but no information about me. Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs is where I come back to introduce myself. It’s a random night and the same girl at the bar. But I left her hoping for something and I came back to tell her a little about myself. That’s Ghetto Lenny’s Love Song
Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs features 14 new tracks, including the collaborations with Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Lenny Kravitz, Diplo, and A Boogie wit da Hoodie.
Stream the album below.