The song spotlighted here actually came out a few weeks ago, but yours truly was holding off on posting it until more information about the album it's on came in, which it just did. So here's the details: R&B/Soul singer Dwele's preparing to drop his sixth studio album toward the end of the summer, and the first single's a smooth-yet-bouncy summertime love joint called "What Profit." On the song, D sings about how dudes sometimes get so caught up in the material things in life that they forget to pay attention to their personal relationships. "Your man was steady stackin' chips, ridin' in the faster whips, livin' everyday like his birthday ... but it seems like your man forgot what you need in the worst way is to be loved from the top of your head to your pretty pedicured toes." So the lesson of the song is: no matter how rich and successful you are, Dwele will still try to steal your girl. Or something like that. Anyway, the song the album's from is called Greater Than One and it's due out Aug. 28, 2012 via eOne Music. You can stream the very catchy first single via the top link below.