New shit from Rome Cee and a video that strikes the right chord. I originally heard this song a while ago and I liked it right off the bat. I mean what a catchy ass hook! The drums on this joint stutter and knock around while synths come in and then it breaks down to the piano for the verses and Rome shines. The video is dope too. Has a definite cinematic quality. You can definitely seen the progress that 87 Conceptions (Pascal and Jay Mastermind) have made in their video production on this one.
Tag: Jay Mastermind
Rome Cee grabs the 95 Crooklyn Dodgers beat from Spike Lee’s “Clockers” and lays down an effortless flow as only he can. A mix of boasts, street imagery and straight lyrical shit, this freestyle will be part of the collab he’s releasing with Jay Mastermind, Consumer Voice 360Â°.
Drop a comment and let me know if you’re feeling this joint.
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As a follow up to Jay Mastermind’s Heavily SedatedÂ album,Â Rome Cee & Jay Mastermind releaseÂ Jay Mastermind “Blow Past”, Mastermind laps challengers over the smooth track produced by Mike Chek Music.Â This is a the second track in a series to be released on Rome and Jay’s collaborative mixtape, Cold Case, a prelude to their solo projects,Â Fall of RomeÂ andÂ O.B.E. Stay tuned.
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