Self-proclaimed “R&G” (“Rhythm and Gangster”) artist Teddie Cain Jr. has been making great strides over the past few months after finding success on his single for “Save Somebody” and the visual for his street do-better anthem, “Doing Wrong.”
Now the Chicago artist is returning with his new video for “Like I Love You.” The slow R&B track continues to draw on themes from the streets and the relationships that hustlers and strippers have with one another.
“It ain’t but 2 or 3 exit doors on my block and two or three of them ain’t good. So you have to get it how you can and make a way for yourself. Ain’t nobody ever gave me nothing, I’ve been putting out music for years. I didn’t ever get a deal, I had to grind and eventually started my own label,” he said.