Indie rhymesayer Indiana Rome may hail from St. Louis, but he gets his attitude from the Left Coast. On his latest feature, a loosie not included on his most recent digital full-length, Rome pledges allegiance to one of the region’s pioneering acts, Compton crew N.W.A.. Here, the artist’s own swanky string and woodwind samples accompany him as he spits about his strictly-business philosophy on the hustle. Teresa Jenee contributes an airy guest hook. As mentioned above, N.W.A. isn’t part of anything larger, but those craving more are encouraged to check out the artist’s Dope Dealer LP, available online as of late July.
Written by richard on 08/6/14
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