Rome Fortune keeps the leaks coming off his Dun Deal-produced EP Drives, Thighs & Lies, due out on April 30th. Following up solo tracks "Come & Get It" as well as "Damn Good, Damn Different", Rome enlists PeeWee Longway for "Get That."
Check out I Said, the latest from Rome Fortune. The track was released on Tuesday, November 5th, 2013. Rome Fortune's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and I Said is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
Atlanta's green-bearded "beautiful pimp" Rome Fortune returned today with his Small VVorld project. Culling together some tracks he's been dropping in the past months, the tape also features contributions from iLoveMakonnen and OG Maco, the latter of whom guests on the intro track, "The Experiment."
Rome Fortune delivered a bunch of new music to the fans recently with his Drives, Thighs & Lies EP entirely produced by frequent collaborator Dun Deal. The two ATLiens have been making waves with their new-age, low-fi sound, but Dun Deal isn't the only producer curating beats for Rome.
Rome Fortune has been hinting at a collaboration with Makonnen long before the doll head enthusiast got his Drake co-sign, but with his newfound hype, it's probably a good thing Rome held on to it this long. The two artists seemed destined to work together, both crafting mutated takes on Atlanta rap, bringing the
Rome Fortune stays blessing us with music. The rapper gave us a free EP at the beginning of October, Small VVorld. While some artists may disappear from sight after giving fans a project, Rome remained visible dropping off several leaks since the EP dropped.
Rome Fortune has spent the majority of 2014 proving that he's one of the most interesting rappers currently residing in Atlanta. Partnering with artists as diverse as Dun Deal and IDM star Four Tet, Rome's shown that his style is malleable as it is unique.
Between his tracks "Cocaine Present," "Trap Lady," and his "out-there" style, Rome Fortune has always come off a fan of drugs. But, unlike many rappers glorifying traphouses and moving packs, he's always taken time to address the downside of narcotics (as in the "Drugs'll kill a man" lyric in his track "Dance Dance").
Listen to Go A Long Way, the latest track from Rome Fortune. The cut dropped on Saturday, October 19th, 2013. Rome Fortune's future brightens with every new release, and Go A Long Way certainly isn't an exception.
Give Everything a listen - it's a new offering from Rome Fortune. It was dropped on Saturday, October 12th, 2013. Rome Fortune's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Everything will most definitely help the cause.
New music from Rome Fortune always makes a day better. Recently DJ Kitty Cash let go the SZA record "Moodring" off her forthcoming mixtape compilation, and the next leak we're treated to features Atlanta's Rome Fortune, with nice production from FKi.
Rome Fortune hit us last week with a new leak off the upcoming EP Drives, Thighs, & Lies, entirely producing by buzzing Atlanta producer Dun Deal (responsible for Migos' "Hannah Montana" and Young Thug's "Stoner").
Rome Fortune has been really steady with the leaks. He's always keeping his fans fed with a distinct and consistent sound he's been cultivating that forays from the typical ATL sound we're hearing these days, in a good way.
English indie rock band Glass Animals just released their song "Hazey" as an EP with some new versions and remixes included. If you're wondering why you're here, it's because one of our favorites, Rome Fortune, is included on one of them. Check it out below.
Stream Four Flats (Prod. By C4), the newest drop from Rome Fortune. The cut was released on Saturday, September 21st, 2013. Things are looking better for Rome Fortune with each new release, which Four Flats (Prod. By C4) has proven yet again.
We've had our eye on Atlanta's Rome Fortune for more than a minute now, since he dropped Beautiful Pimp in 2013 which he followed up this year with Beautiful Pimp II (both of which had amazing cover artwork).
"Receipts" finds Rome Fortune reuniting with Childish Major, the producer responsible for much of Rome's solid 2013 effort, Beautiful Pimp.
This time around, Childish contributes a beat that strays from the strip club ambience that colors much of his work, instead opting for a prominent string sample.
Check out Safety, the latest from Rome Fortune. The track was released on Wednesday, September 25th, 2013. Rome Fortune's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Safety is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
Though he hasn't dropped a new project since April's Drive Thighs, & Lies collaboration with Dun Deal, he's stayed hot this summer by dropping off a slew of tracks that have had him paired with a wide range of producers.
At the end of July Rome Fortune teamed up with producer Suicide Year and OutThePound for "Trap Lady." The story/theme is continued today on another Suicide Year-produced joint "Working Gal." It's almost like a "Trap Lady" Pt.