Come and take a night walk with Queens, NY’s very own, Rome Streetz as he spits street fire bars over a nice mellow beat. From his recent album Streetz Keep Calling Me, the video was directed by J.R FilmWorks and was produced by Duo Macswell. As with most of his projects, this joint has that 90’s golden era feel along with Rome’s unique style and modern twist.
If you aren’t familiar with him yet, Rome has been putting in work with projects over the last few years. These include Vagabond, Work on the Arm, I Been Thru Mad Shit, Narco Lingo, and his latest effort Noise Kandy, which will be released in physical format on June 29th. He also has a merch brand he started up called Bad Influenyce where you can currently cop some dope hoodies.
As he raps, Rome can be seen walking around in the video and taking the subway. His choice of attire (red NY hat, ill camo hoodie) adds to the visuals and pop against the dark backdrop, with just the right amount of lighting. Rome raps with a confidence and proves he’s a leader, not a follower, as he drops lines like, “The game sucks, too much copyin. Kill Hip Hop, but I’m the oxygen, who hot as him?” and “Hustle to eat is all we knowin, live from the city that never sleepin”. Rome has a finesse that’s appealing to those who miss the sound of the 90’s, but are willing to appreciate a more current artist — something not everyone can achieve.
Check the video out and definitely look into one of his aforementioned projects if you want to hear more of what Rome Streetz has to offer.