Emilio Rojas drops off another installment of his Friday series. This one has 4 more joints for fans. Again, these are pretty average overall. There really isn’t anything that stands out a whole lot with these. The bars are okay. The beats are okay. There really isn’t too much flair or anything that will be played back a whole lot with this set. We keep checking out the series though!
Vol. 2 delivers 4 new tracks from Emilio Rojas. These were pretty average overall. His bars weren’t anything spectacular but they weren’t whack either. The production on here was pretty average as well. There really wasn’t anything classic on here that you would be rewinding over and over again. It was just a decent set of songs from Emilio Rojas for fans to relish in. The standout track was “Cuídate.” We hope to hear some better heat on the next offering, but overall, this one wasn’t too bad.
Emilio Rojas puts out a 4 track EP and this one is decent even though it is so short. He does a good job with the bars and his flow is fairly strong. The beats are overall standard but play through rather well. “Apologize” is a braggadocio song which should make haters feel pretty bad about their lives. That one is probably the highlight of this series. At only 4 tracks, there’s really not too much that can be said, but it looks like we should be in for a decent series if Emilio Rojas continues to make small projects like these.
This is a super quick 5 track EP from Emilio Rojas. It plays through very quick, but strong at the same time. He doesn’t have much time to make a point, so he crams it into each song, and he does it well. This is a focused effort on the main idea here. His bars are about rising up over oppression and opposition and he describes those feelings well throughout his lyrics. The beats on here are pretty strong as well. They have an upbeat feel and match well with the lyrics. It gets the listener excited on both fronts. All in all, this was a decent job by Emilio. We always look forward to his work.
Emilio Rojas gives us a nice little quarantine package to enjoy while we are all staying put. This was a pretty decent project from front to back. As far as his rhymes, Emilio is pretty decent. I wouldn’t say he packs the strongest punch ever, but his flow is pretty damn solid overall. The beats on here are pretty good as well. You get the vibe that he was trying to create more of an album instead of just throw-away cuts. That is always appreciated because you can hear the effort that was put forth into projects like these. The highlight of this project is the song “Nowhere” with it’s amazing sampled production. That song is just such a banger. Those sung soul samples are just all that. An honorable mention goes to “Brighter Days” which features Gene Noble. The hook on this one really sets it off and the overall message is one of thanks to all good people helping out during the pandemic. It really gives a feeling of hope for the future. This was a pretty dope project overall. I think a few tracks weren’t as strong like “Da Kid,” but they didn’t weigh it down too much. All in all, a pretty good project from Emilio Rojas.
Emilio Rojas drops off a pretty deep and introspective new project for fans. He is a decent MC that I think has potential to get better and better as time passes and it feels like he is on the upswing. He does his thing on the mic on this project fairly decently. I wouldn’t say these are mind-blowing bars, but they are at least decent. The prevailing positive and most notable part of this album is the open story-telling that Emilio is able to do on here. He really gives an in-depth look at his views on life and relationships and his personal story. The beats were okay on here, nothing that is going to drastically alter the sound of music. The highlight of this project is probably the title track “Life Got In The Way” which is his story about dealing with Chris Lighty’s death. This was a decent offering which will be appreciated by New York hip hop fans.