Rockie Fresh - We About It

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Cardo
Album:
Supply & Demand

Cash, currency, cabbage, dinero, lucre, ducats… Sorry, just browsing my thesaurus for a fresh way to describe the “it” in the title of Rockie Fresh‘s latest feature, We About It. Let’s just say the man is… um… bonkers for banknotes? Yeah, pretty sure I haven’t used that one before. Though dough is the ostensible subject of this joint, the latest leak off Blog or Die‘s forthcoming compilation mixtape, you could just as easily say that the record’s all about the wordplay. With Cardo‘s laid-back synth boardwork as his canvas, the freestyle series alumnus drops verses liberally seasoned with memorable one-liners: “Got the fans wavin’, every show will make you seasick.” “I’m walkin’ on these n*ggas, they my stepbrothers.” Not to mention, Rockie clearly enjoys a little coughee with his cream – that other green stuff gets as much mileage as the kind in his wallet. In any case, those who like what they’re hearing can expect plenty more high-rolling material in the near future; keep it locked for all the latest on Supply & Demand, as well as Rockie Fresh’s forthcoming The Otherside Redux street album!

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