There ain’t no chill in Griselda and Rome Streetz releases a video for “Hell Backwards” produced by Wavy Da Ghawd. It’s straight lyricism from Rome and the anticipation for his next album is heightening.
Joey Bada$$ and Rome Streetz team up for a session of verbal filth on “Fire At Ya Idle Mind.” Rome Streetz has been busy as of late, falling in line with the ridiculous output of quality that Griselda is known for. Could there be more work between these two in the future? Perhaps. For now? Enjoy what you have.
DJ Premier puts on his director’s cap for the video to “Runway” featuring the verbal stylings of Rome Streetz and Westside Gunn representing Griselda. Of course, the production from Preemo is already a banger and the two emcees bless it with some bars.
DJ Premier provides the beat for Griselda’s Westside Gunn and Rome Streetz to give it their blessing on “Runway.” A string-heavy production from Premier finds Gunn and Streetz delivering rock hard rhymes.
Does Conway The Machine ever stop putting in work? No. The answer is no. As proof, Conway drops a new single from the upcoming DrumWork project titled “Elephant Man” and is joined by Heem and Rome Streets.
Griselda’s latest signing Rome Streetz put the streets on notice with his Kiss The Ring album. If you slept, Streetz knocks you in the noggin with the video for “Heart on Froze.”
New York and Washington D.C. connect on the utterly filthy “Vyrus Life.” The duo of Rome Streetz and Ankhlejohn flex over production from Chop La Rok and Rare Scrilla and the video finds them roaming the city streets while dropping prolific bars. Rome & ANKH collaboration Genesis 1:27, which you can cop now.
Conway and Big Ghost have been known to make magic together and the duo does just that by dropping If it Bleeds It Can Be Killed. Ten tracks of pure ferociousness are at your disposal here but go ahead and hit play on “Kill All Rats” that finds Conway alongside Ransom and Rome Streetz for some verbal brutality.
Termanology kicks off his 2021 campaign in preparation of his 41st project. Yes, 41st. On March 5th he’ll drop Goya 3 and he gets things going alongside Lil Fame, Jay Royale and Rome Streetz with “Broad Day.”
Brooklyn’s “Cold Cut King” is back as Bub Styles premieres the video for “Food Court” alongside Rome Streetz and produced by Ace Fayce. Bub and Rome trade rhymes over some grub in Little Italy’s night-spot.
“We had to come with the food theme and shut down Margherita in Little Italy and then mob out the subway in Chinatown,” Styles said of the video shoot.
This cold cut is from Bub’s Very Sucio, Muy Picante album that’s out now and you can cop right here.