Rome Streetz teams up with producer Royalz to give us a brand new project. Rome Streetz is one of those rappers that you just can’t help but love. His bars are amazing. He is on the rise. He has such a fresh sound. I really think that Rome Streetz is poised to be a top tier rapper in this game with the right moves. He has some great features from Ty Farris, Eto, Rim, and more. The production on this project is solid. It definitely has a bit of an underground feel which is a good thing. He would definitely benefit from a few more boom bap type beats. All in all, this project is solid and Rome Streetz is definitely one to look out for.
Ty Farris teams up with producer Royalz to come out with this new project that is pretty dope overall. When it comes to bars, there is nothing you can teach Ty Farris. He is a master at this craft. Every bar is expertly crafted and you can tell he takes his time writing each line. The beats on this project are a bit different. There is more of a grandiose feeling to the beats and fewer drums and snares. Royalz trades those in for more of an effervescent feeling on this one. It’s almost a bit of a contrast hearing laid back, yet grand beats, but having relentless, crafty bars. I am not quite sure it is the best pairing, however, it still sounds pretty decent. This was a good album in which you will definitely be hitting the rewind button to hear lyrics again and again.
Like a graduate from the school of Roc Marciano, Smoovth comes through with a new album that sounds a lot like Roc Marci, but in his own smooth way. He spits in much the same manner by trying to think of every word imaginable to finish off each bar, but at the same time, keeping it street and fly. This project is like a silver plate with the highest grade of those Peruvian lines all cut up for your enjoyment. The beats are pretty decent on here as well. Royalz did a good job of coming up with some great and eerie sample loops and some good drums to vibe to. This one is gonna be a little bit more for the seasoned veterans of rap and less for the casual fans. Nonetheless, you still want to peep this out for some fly shit.