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.
GoldLink changes up the production on "Ay Ay" for the aywy. & Fortune remix which dropped today. While there are still hints of the original bouncy Fingalick production, it's been given a Brazilian flavor in FIFA World Cup spirit.
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.
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.
Dun Deal and Rome Fortune released their collaborative EP, Drive, Thighs & Lies earlier this week, and while the first 5 tracks displayed the undeniable chemistry between the two ATL musicians, the bonus track "Smokin' Aladdin", was easily the most batshit crazy cut from the record.
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."
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").
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).
Rome Fortune has an EP with Dun Deal coming out soon, and while this track was initially planned to be included on the project, it's being released early as the beat turned up on Kevin Gates new mixtape, By Any Means."Trap Pop" is colorfully arpeggiated and mid-tempo, a good match for Rome's spaced-out flows (as most D
"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 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.
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.