Posted by , Apr 15, 2015 at 05:58pm
Rome Fortune's got some crazy features on his Fools Gold debut.

Right now, Rome Fortune is known for his excellent mixtapes. Last year, he released Beautiful Pimp, Drive, Thighs & Lies (with Dun Deal), and Small VVorld. This year, he's already got YEP, with OG Maco, and lolU, with CEEJ of Two-9. That's a crazy output, and we're finally ready for his debut album.

Rome is now signed to Fools Gold, and in a new interview with Sermon's Domain, he talks about his upcoming album, which will be produced by label boss A-Trak. There will be other unexpected collaborations, too, including: metal band Slipknot and indie-electronic producer Toro y Moi, who featured on Travi$ Scott's Owl Pharoah. A couple weeks ago, Tech N9ne told us Slipknot's Corey Taylor will be on his upcoming LP, so maybe metal-rap is making a comeback. Then again, Rome's never been one for genre limitations. 

Expectations for Rome's Fools Gold debut? Watch the interview below, and while you're at it, check our OTCU feature with him, too. 

Rome Fortune's Debut Album Will Feature A-Trak, Slipknot & Toro Y Moi

Rome Fortune's got some crazy features on his Fools Gold debut.


Right now, Rome Fortune is known for his excellent mixtapes. Last year, he released Beautiful Pimp, Drive, Thighs & Lies (with Dun Deal), and Small VVorld. This year, he's already got YEP, with OG Maco, and lolU, with CEEJ of Two-9. That's a crazy output, and we're finally ready for his debut album.

Rome is now signed to Fools Gold, and in a new interview with Sermon's Domain, he talks about his upcoming album, which will be produced by label boss A-Trak. There will be other unexpected collaborations, too, including: metal band Slipknot and indie-electronic producer Toro y Moi, who featured on Travi$ Scott's Owl Pharoah. A couple weeks ago, Tech N9ne told us Slipknot's Corey Taylor will be on his upcoming LP, so maybe metal-rap is making a comeback. Then again, Rome's never been one for genre limitations. 

Expectations for Rome's Fools Gold debut? Watch the interview below, and while you're at it, check our OTCU feature with him, too. 

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