The other reason I think Rick Ross f*cked up signing Omarion Maybach Music Group’s first resident R&B crooner, Masspike Miles, has finally dropped his highly anticipated follow-up to last year’s solid Say Hello to Forever mixtape, entitled Skky Miles.

Whereas Say Hello was packed with features, Skky Miles contains much fewer. Miles opts to get assists from previous collaborators Torch, Smoke Bulga, and Wiz Khalifa (by way of the recycled track “Flatline,” which also appeared on Say Hello), and is also joined by Ace Hood and Markeith. Production for the project, meanwhile, is handled by Vitamin D, Soundsmith, Rio, Roc & Mayne, and Jof $ and The Beat Bully, to name a few.

I stand behind the fact that Masspike Miles is going to be a problem for R&B. And even though Officer Ricky is failing immensely at promoting such a talented act – as Miles (not to mention Teedra Moses) is noticeably absent from Self-Made II – Miles seems quite capable of holding his own tune, pun intended. Skky Miles, save the reappearance of “Flatline,” is another great outing from Miles, with standouts in the incredibly smooth, horn-driven Vitamin D-produced “Paris” and an outstanding remake of the classic Jon B slow jam “They Don’t Know,” featuring Markeith. I do wonder why “F*ckin” didn’t make the tape, though. Hopefully it’s an album cut??

Take a look at the tracklist for Masspike Miles’ Skky Miles mixtape and download the tape after the jump.

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1. Skyy Miles (Produced by Soundsmith) f. Torch
2. Destination (Produced by Jof $ & The Beat Bully) f. Ace Hood
3. Coming Back (Produced by Dunny Brass & RC Drama)
4. More Than Life’s Worth (Produced by Klypso) f. Smoke Bulga
5. Love On A Plane (Produced by Rio)
6. They Don’t Know (Produced by Roc & Mayne) f. Markeith
7. Miles Away (Produced by Vakseen)
8. Paris (Produced by Vitamin D)
9. Clouded Judgment (Produced by Vitamin D)
10. Flatline (Produced by Cardiak) f. Wiz Khalifa