ROGER - Listen to Roger

Posted 2 years ago
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Providence, Rhode Island rap buzzmaker ROGER has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his digital debut album, Listen to Roger. The project packs a total of 12 original tracks from the up-and-coming rhymesayer, including reader-approved singles "No More" and "Sticks x Stones." Those who purchase the deluxe edition of the project will receive four additional, exclusive bonus cuts, one of which, "F**k a Feature," has been featured on our pages.

Throughout the set, ROGER is joined on the guest tip by Cesar Luciano, Drum GAHD, Fredson Delgado, Jack Freeman, LJC, Neil Letendre and Scolla. Beats come courtesy of Crucial, Drum GAHD, John Scino, LJC, TEP Tracks and Wattz Beatz.

Fans and supporters can also directly purchase the deluxe edition of Listen to Roger above, which include four bonus tracks not found on the free version.

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