Though Fidel Castro is no longer Cuba’s Prime Minister (now he’s just the Secretary of the Communist Party), he seems to be enjoying a surge of popularity in the hip-hop game. Fresh off lending his name to a free digital album by Mikkey Halsted, the cigar-chomping revolutionary gets name-dropped yet again on the latest single from Big Apple rhymesayer Emilio Rojas. J. Cardim (recently heard lending his production skills to records by Ariez Onasis, J The S and Tuge) mans the boards, serving up a clattering street instrumental to back the artist as he delivers verses inspired by Fidel’s allegedly high-rolling lifestyle. This joint isn’t set for inclusion on Rojas’ next project, but fans can expect details on the forthcoming set to be revealed in the very near future.
Written by richard on 08/28/12
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"Vibe Wit Me ft. Emilio Rojas" (2008)
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