Despite his recent success at DJBooth with songs like In My Life and What You Want, Los Angeles emcee Rome finds that things just Keep Slippin Away. Off of his forthcoming album The Impossible, Slippin features a self produced, piano riffed beat and a guest contribution from fellow Cali native Mistah F.A.B., who lays down a fabulous verse after the 26-year-old rapper’s solid lyricism. The emcee’s highly anticipated, BYI Ent. and Los Angeles Leakers-presented project will also feature contributions from standout emcees like Big K.R..I.T., Freddie Gibbs and Mike Jaggerr. Don’t look past Rome on August 3, when The Impossible is available for free download. When in Rome, right?
Written by Dillon White on 07/7/11
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Star Children ft. Mistah F.A.B." (2009)
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