Tag: Rome Cee
Rome Cee is back with more good music. “Gone” is the type of track that works perfectly for Rome’s style; smooth piano keys matched with energetic rhythms. I particularly like the synth that introduces the 3rd verse. Rome matches the production with his earnest approach to lyrics. He soars on the chorus, lifted by staccato strings and gets grounded on the verses where he spits lines like “I been shinin’ on with no worries/ grindin’ all through the flurries/ the beginnin’ of the year had that time capsule buried.” Rome’s at his best when he’s painting pictures like that.
When Rome Cee asked me to do the art for the single off his collab with Baltimore MC, Greenspan I had to give the track before I started and right away I was feeling it. Produced by the homie August Flight Gordon, the track called “The Harvest,” has a soulful vibe but doesn’t feel like a retreading of the soul sound of say a 9th Wonder. It feels fresh and has a nice energy thanks to the rolling drum loop. On top of having a bangin’ beat, both Rome and Green rip it and it makes me excited for the EP.