The odds of an up-and-comer like Booth fave R.O.M.E. climbing from the bottom to become a rap megastar are long ones indeed, but nothing will dissuade the Los Angeles phenom from attempting The Impossible—or “I’m Possible,” as he puts it on the latest single off his newly-released LP. Here, fellow reader fave Big K.R.I.T. handles production, flipping a cinematically sweeping rock sample to back R.O.M.E.‘s resolute chronicle of the grind. Digging this motivational banger? More quality tunes await on the artist’s latest street album, released in August and out now for free download.
Written by richard on 09/20/11
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