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Published on Feb 1, 2012
"YOLO: You Only Love Once" - Lysick ft. Krystale (produced by Reese Jones) Drake's YOLO (You Only Live Once) is a popularized term for today's trend of the same name. "YOLO" was supposed to be a collaborative titled mixtape, or album with Rick Ross. The YOLO joint-venture has since then seem to have been scratched off as Rick Ross prepares to release his "God Forgives, I Don't" album, while Drake is touring for 'Club Paradise'.
Montreal-based rapper Lysick released his first single, "YOLO (You Only Love Once)" in order to take advantage of the term. The original YOLO project was since cancelled anyway, and he decided to flip the overused acronym and put a different meaning to it to fit the concept of Valentine's Day. The single features Montreal's star singer, Krystale, who attended the same high school as Lysick. The beat was produced by Reese Jones and samples George Michael's 'Careless Whisper'.
The album with the same name of the single (YOLO (You Only Love Once)) was released on Valentine's Day and follows the concept of heartbreak. Although a touchy subject that Lysick usually doesn't speak on, he decided to take advantage of the YOLO-acronym and release the project for the lovely occasion.