Jermaine Riley – ‘Ten Eleven Twelve’ Mixtape | Stream/Download

Following his debut solo album Hello Earth, released for free at the top of 2012, South London R&B singer-songwriter Jermaine Riley unveils his latest self-produced mixtape Ten Eleven Twelve.

Maintaining his ongoing superhero theme its design [which he also created himself], the 12-track project borrows beats and melodies from the likes of Usher’s “Climax,” Chris Brown’s “Don’t Judge Me,” Frank Ocean’s “White,” Rick Ross’ “Diced Pineapples” and Miguel’s “Adorn,” all refreshed with Jermaine’s own stories and perspective, plus a guest family feature from his younger brother Shaun Riley.

“I’m really excited for my supporters to hear this particular project because I touched upon my reality,” Riley says of the release, adding, “If you love R&B and enjoy story-telling, I believe you’ll love this.”

Take a listen to his latest mixtape below and download via BandCamp.