“All shapes & colours, I dig ’em.” Gold Coast native and Melbourne resident GXNXVS, whose name is pronounced “Genius,” stands poised to grab our attention once more with a hazy single called “Shapes & Colours.” The Australian producer’s latest effort features verses from Atlanta emcee Rome Fortune. GXNXVS has already worked with the likes of . . .
With Beautiful Pimp 3 on the foreseeable horizon, Rome Fortune uses “Woops” to give us an idea of what to expect. Rome has a calm, confident, assertive demeanor that fits in well over dynamic, unpredictable Cubby production as he embraces the limelight that comes with his success as an artist. Stream “Woops” below, and purchase . . .
Atlanta native Rome Fortune is back on the map with a dark, ominous record called “Jaded.” Rome isn’t one to mince words, and he gets straight to the point on this one. This serves as a lead up to his forthcoming Beautiful Pimpsation 3 project, which doesn’t have a release date yet. Stream “Jaded” below.
Despite the relatively small number of singles that Rome Fortune left for us after he dropped Jerome Raheem Fortune early last year, he’s starting off 2017 with two new tracks produced by Chaz Bundick, also known as Toro y Moi. Yesterday, “Leotard” and “BOO MOBILE II” were released via the Atlanta rapper’s Soundcloud. Both will . . .
Why not? Rome Fortune surprised us all with a new full length project called VVORLDVVIDE PIMPSATION today. The Boston-based standout had this to say in regards to the project: “I released it because I just wanted to give my fans some music for the summer. For the kickbacks, parties, car rides full of the homies . . .
Rome Fortune is no stranger to twists and turns, and the struggle that often comes with the unexpected. The Atlanta native and Fools Gold Signee has a huge persona, matched by a large physical presence, that allows him to reach many by recounting his personal story on his Jerome Raheem Fortune LP. Rome has always been able . . .
Rome Fortune follows up his signing to Fool’s Gold Records with “Dance,” an uptempo, Kaytranada-produced jam. Rome’s heavy heart contrasts with the song’s fun ambience. Rome sings, “my heart is broken, I don’t wanna fix it” over top of Kaytra’s groovy bassline. Stream “Dance” below.
Toro Y Moi and Rome Fortune’s “Pitch Black” is the complete opposite of what you’d expect. This collaboration seems like a match made in heaven, as Toro and Rome showcase electronic and hip-hop elements throughout their respective catalogues. Toro and Rome trade verses over a vibrant, abstract electronic instrumental. Stream “Pitch Black” below.
TOTEM pulls in fellow Atlanta resident Rome Fortune to remix “Countdown,” a standout, self-produced track from his debut EP, pride. In regards to his EP, Totem expressed the following: “Pride. The intersection of heart, mind, and soul. It can mask us. Expose us. Isolate us, or endear us. To have fought with one’s pride is . . .
Rome Fortune is a man on a mission on his latest release, “Leaders.” Featuring dramatic, experimental Four Tet production, this new drop is glittering and hypnotizing. Also, be sure to download the new Rome Fortune app from the app store, so that you can add his green beard to any selfie, get autographed merchandise, or . . .
Producer Rodney Hazard orchestrates a catchy new track with Rome Fortune and Jon Waltz called “It’s Mine.” Both Rome and Jon have demonstrated a knack for solid lyricism and catchy hooks, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that they fit well over Rodney’s production. Look for Rodney’s forthcoming Victim Volunteer album, featuring the likes of . . .
NicX calls in the homies Rome Fortune and Jazz Cartier to remix “MERK,” a high energy single produced by Nascent. Stream the “MERK” remix below. Recently, NicX dropped an EP called Don’t Go Computer On Me via DJBooth. Stream in full below.
According to his tweets, it looks like Rome Fortune will be headed off to jail tomorrow. Before he leaves, he releases “Pure” for his fans to hold on to until he is released. Austin Millz also debuted a song with Rome today, called “Illusion.” Read a quote from Rome below. “I have to turn myself into . . .
Rome Fortune‘s “5 Second Rule” is memorable, and not only for the echoing, mournful soul sample that can be heard throughout the song. It’s not just the Atlanta resident’s dynamic, memorable delivery. Many factors combine to ensure that “5 Second Rule” is an engaging listen that satisfies a diverse audience. The video is dark, dramatic, . . .