Emilio Rojas ft. Chris Webby - Seek You Out

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Fresh off earning reader acclaim for late July’s Something Special, Emilio Rojas returns with another new single off his latest full-length. Whereas the aforementioned joint depicted the Rochester native in one of his bold and arrogant moments, Seek You Out illuminates the emcee’s more vulnerable, introspective side. Over J Gramm Beats production, a pensive flip of Blue Foundation’s Eye on Fire, the artist expresses remorse for his shoddy treatment of those nearest and dearest to him, and wonders whether his recent misfortunes might be karma’s way of evening the score. Connecticut representative Chris Webby confesses a few sins of his own on the back end. Court Dunn directs the record’s cinematic visual accompaniment. For those who still haven’t copped the set, No Shame…No Regrets is available here for free streaming and digital purchase.

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