Rome Fortune Songs

  • Dance
    Rome Fortune debuts a new single this afternoon, with production from Montreal-born beatsmith Kaytranada. Kaytranada, who is known for his electronic, dance-able production, comes correct here with just that vibe. Rome likes to keep us guessing when it comes to his sound, and so while this isn't entirely new territory for Rome, it does veer from the minimalistic style found on projects like Small VVorld and the Beautiful Pimp series.
  • 24-7
    It's Rome Fortune's birthday today, so he's decided to share a new record he's had "in the stash" to celebrate. "24-7" finds him teaming with D.R.A.M., who provides a scene-stealing hook that's as sticky as it is deceptively complex. Meanwhile, Rome gradually builds the energy in his vocal performance on the verses, working up to a clean handoff on the chorus.
  • Benjiminz
    Toro y Moi is the type of dude to suddenly release his album with warning via a link to his personal Dropbox. That's what happened today anyways, with his fresh new 20-track project Samantha. He's built a small but passionate following and has some big fans in the rap community, perhaps none greater than Rome Fortune.
  • Drake, Lil B
    Drake, Lil B
    Leave it to Rome Fortune to make a record about girls fucking other rappers. The often avant-garde rapper comes through this morning with an experimental record, produced by past collaborator Cubby. The unpredictable record starts with hollow tinkering, before growing into a very dance-able instrumental. Meanwhile Rome Fortune comes with the shade about the girl you're trying to make wifey. "She ain't wifey, you dumb."
  • 12 Bricks (Rome Fortune Remix)
    12 Bricks (Rome Fortune Remix)
    After reworking Gucci Mane’s “Pillz” instrumental last week, Rome Fortune decides to do it all over again today, this time taking on another ATLien cut with OG Maco’s “12 Bricks.”
  • Pillz (Rome Fortune Remix)
    Pillz (Rome Fortune Remix)
    "Pillz" remains one of Gucci Mane's most well-known tracks, namely due to it's infinitely quotable hook -- "Bitch, I might be". The record has now received a remix from fellow ATL rapper Rome Fortune, who contributes an instrumental rather than a vocal contribution. He injects the bouncy strip club record with post-cloud rap ambience, and as we've seen with other GuWop remix projects, it suits him quite well.
  • Pitch Black
    Pitch Black
    As a resident of ATL, Rome Fortune's had the pleasure of collaborating with everyone in his city from Young Thug to iLoveMakonnen, but he's also got musical interests that extend beyond his city, and even the genre of rap. He let us know that with "One Time For," a collaboration with British electronic icon Four Tet, and now he's venturing into the indie pop world with his latest track.
  • Leaders
    At one point Rome Fortune was dropping leaks on the weekly, if not daily. His output has slowed down a bit, but he hasn't forgotten about the fans. He's been perfecting his app, which allows users to put a blue beard on any and every one. Cause who doesn't want Rome's colourful beard photoshopped onto their face??
  • Eyes On Me
    Eyes On Me
    Iamsu! has started off 2015 in a major way. In February, he dropped off a new EP, Eyes On Me, which featured six hyphy bangers, production from DJ Mustard, and features from Tyga and Jay Ant. He's also currently on the "Eyes On Me" tour, and today, he's given us the official "Eyes On Me" theme song. Indeed, all eyes are on Iamsu!, and he's not shying away.
  • It's Mine
    It's Mine
    Rome Fortune has been known to work with a range of different producers, but he also rarely works with a beatmaker just once, often coming out of sessions with at least a couple records in tow. Dun Deal has certainly proved to be one of his best matches, as is Cito On The Beat, who worked on the entire Beautiful Pimp 2 project. In Rodney Hazard, Rome has found yet another great collaborative partner, with the producer supplying a tensely building backdrop for Fortune on "It's Mine".
  • Spotlite
    We didn't see this one coming, though, knowing the forward-thinking styles of both Rome Fortune and Tunji Ige, this collab shouldn't be too surprising.
  • Lolo BlUez
    Lolo BlUez
    After teasing the project on their social media accounts the past few days, Rome Fortune and CeeJ of Two-9 come through with a full stream and download of LoloU. This follows up their 2012 mixtape Lolo, and more than just in title, it follows up in song themes. One of the mixtape's stand-outs, which includes two collaborations with ILoveMakonnen, is the funky and feel-good "Lolo BlUez."
  • Pure
    Welp, we won't be hearing from Rome Fortune for a good month so the rapper has left us with something nice as heads to jail. Today on twitter/Instagram Rome announced that he was turning himself in, apparently some shit from his past caught up with him. On Soundcloud he wrote, "I have to turn myself into jail @ 10:00 AM Friday Jan. 16 to tie some lose ends from my past (only gone for a month)."
  • Illusion
    Austin Millz is prolific on Soundcloud, his page is littered with remixes of artists like PartyNextDoor and Drake as well as original instrumentals and mixes. However this is the producer's first time appearing on HotNewHipHop. Nonetheless it's a welcome debut, with the futuristic "Illusion." Austin Millz nabbed Rome Fortune to take care of vocals on his new single, and it's the perfect fit, with Rome often choosing spaced out and synth-riddled productions for himself.
  • Weight On Me
    Weight On Me
    With a new track, "Weight On Me," Rome Fortune becomes the second ATLien to drop a festive track down our chimneys today. Preceded by OG Maco's ode to getting faded at holiday parties, "Night Like This," this new Rome track has the bearded rapper singing to a female companion. 
  • Juice
    If you wanna know what diving into the Internet sounds like, here's your chance. Rome Fortune's latest song, "Juice" is a creative, digital jingle that is another hit for the ATL-native. It's not traditional in any sense of the word, and some might even call it "indy rap," but it works and demonstrates how versatile Rome truly is.
  • Nasty
    Rome Fortune had been known for his left-field Atlanta rap style for a minute before this year's breakthrough of like-minded artists (iLoveMakonnen, Father, etc.). Since taking off with Beautiful Pimp in 2013, he's continued to develop his style and expand his sonic palette, both toward more abrasive sounds, and sweeter melodies.His most recent collaboration with TM88 sees him decidedly on the latter half of that spectrum, providing some syrup-y balladry over the producer's lean-fueled spaceship beat. 
  • Pure
    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.
  • We Rollin
    We Rollin
    Brenmar is a Chicago-raised, Brooklyn-based producer who makes his HNHH debut with "We Rollin." Bringing along the unlikely duo of ATL's Rome Fortune and Baltimorean Lil Uzi Vert (who recently dropped a tape with A$AP Ant) for the ride, the trio turn out a fun, club-ready track. 
  • Jungle
    Brooklyn producer Cubby recently made his first appearance on HNHH by way of the OG Maco-featuring track "The Experiment" off of Rome Fortune's recent Small VVorld project.