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Rico Love

Rico Love

Richard Preston Butler, Jr. (born December 3, 1982), better known by his stage name Rico Love, is an American singer-songwriter and record producer. Love wrote and produced hit records such as Usher’s "There Goes My Baby" and "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)”, Nelly's "Just a Dream" and "Gone", Beyoncé Knowles' "Sweet Dreams". and has contributed to works which have gone on to win Grammys such as Beyoncé's 2009 Best Contemporary R&B album I Am... Sasha Fierce,Usher’s 2010 Best Contemporary R&B album Raymond v Raymond, and Usher's 2010 Best Male R&B Vocal Performance "There Goes My Baby". In addition Love has written and produced records for Kelly Rowland,Diddy Dirty Money,Chris Brown,Alexandra Burke, Keri Hilson,Fergie, and Fantasia. Love is also the CEO of Division1, a record label which partnered with Universal Motown in 2010. Love has appeared as a featured artist on record with T.I.,Usher,Jermaine Dupri,Jamie Foxx,Rich Boy, and Fat Joe.