Indiana Rome was a little bit salty on his last feature, the West Coast-inspired N.W.A., but when he’s not conducting business, the St. Louis representative is all about love. On his latest promo single, he sends some of those good vibes out To the World. Here, the catchy piano chords and whip-ready percussion of Black Spade (who also steps out from behind the boards to spit a guest verse) accompanies Rome as he rhymes about his ongoing quest to change the rap game for the better. Dharma Jean rounds out the lineup, lending her airy vocals to the chorus. To the World isn’t attached to a larger set, but listeners craving more can find what they seek on Indiana Rome’s latest independent full-length, Dope Dealer.
Written by richard on 09/4/14
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