Emilio Rojas reflects on a failed relationship alongside Jarren Benton and Rex Life Raj on “Used To.”
Emilio Rojas addresses the current state of racial affairs in America over the instrumental of Kendrick Lamar’s “Element.” From Colin Kaepernick protests to Trump’s failure as a president, Rojas covers a lot of ground in under two minutes.
Emilio Rojas keeps the bangers coming as he ramps up his output after remaining relatively quite the past couple of years. He swaps out Joell Ortiz for Dave East on the remix of “Nada” to satisfying results.
In honor of the late Linkin Park frontman, Emilio Rojas delivers his own spin to the group’s hit single “Numb.”
“So many people deal with mental illness,” he said. “It’s a shame that it’s still such a taboo. If you, or anyone you love is struggling please take the time to make sure that they are okay. RIP Chester; prayers to your family, friends, and fans. You’ve given us all so much.”
Thanks for the video because we do as well, Emilio.
Emilio Rojas’ take on Kanye West’s “Real Friends” takes a personal turn as he bleeds emotion over a friend who attempted to commit suicide earlier in the week.
Fisher spits fire alongside Emilio Rojas and Chris Rivers on the Music Mystro produced “Mercenaries.”
Emilio Rojas makes dope music. But if you really needed a reason to watch his video for “No Good,” look no further than the cameo by adult film actress Veronica Rodriguez. Need we say more except don’t watch this at work?
You thought that Chris Rivers would stop dropping new music after releasing Medicated Consumption? Nope. The son of Big Pun is back at it with this new joint featuring Emilio Rojas and Whispers titled “The Life.”
On the very imaginatively titled “Bless The Booth Freestyle,” Emilio sets down his gallon jug and takes on some street-ready boardwork from producer and DJ, T-GUT.