Rocky Fontaine - Stay Gone [Premiere]

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Johnny Juliano
Album:
Every Man for Himself Mixtape

If Rocky Fontaine‘s extended absence from our front page had you worried that the Philadelphia rapper would Stay Gone, worry no longer; today, the up-and-comer makes his triumphant return with the world premiere of the inaugural leak off his latest street album. Here, producer Johnny Juliano‘s serves up a bombastic blend of synths, sweeping strings and piano trills as the man who brought us exclusive freestyle Philly Up Next fills us in on what he’s been up to: mainly, getting really, really (really, really, etc….) high and representing his hood all over the globe. The concept is pretty much self-explanatory, but Rocky Fontaine’s engaging brand of blunted braggadocio makes for a track sure to appeal to (in the artist’s own words), “bad b*tches and fly n*ggas of all races who love that real sh*t.” And, yeah, getting wasted certainly wouldn’t hurt. Those digging this track won’t have to wait much longer to hear more fresh new material from the up-and-comer – Rocky’s latest mixtape, Every Man for Himself, is set to hit the ‘net next Monday, April 5.

Rocky Fontaine Premiere

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