DMV lyricist Phil Adé has unleashed his latest full-length, R.O.S.E. (Result of Society's Evil). The Booth fave's sixth free album in total, the project follows December 2011's PhilAdéFriday2.
Included among its 17 original tracks are featured cuts "2AM," "Nas Told Me" and "Xscape." Throughout, Phil is joined on the guest tip by a variety of noteworthy collaborators, among them Bun B, Phil Da Phuture, Rockie Fresh and Shawn Chrystopher. Beats come courtesy of 6ix, Ashton Gold, DJ Black Diamond, OB, Sunny Norway, Teddy Roxpin and more.
Written by richard on Jul 30, 2013
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