R.O.E. - The Sun Will Shine

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Envoy [of The Happy Unfortunate]
Album:
Unreleased

R.O.E.‘s last solo feature, summer 2011 freestyle series entry History, was more appropriately titled than the artist could have known, considering the amount of time that’s passed since its release. Just when we were starting to think he had disappeared into the mists of time, the Chi-town emcee returns to mark the dawning of a new era with freshly-minted promo single The Sun Will Shine. Here, a soulful, previously-released instrumental by Envoy of The Happy Unfortunate bangs in the back as R.O.E. waxes poetic about the bright days ahead. Whatever’s glimmering on his horizon, it’s bound to involve dope new music. Those who like what they’re hearing should keep their browsers firmly locked to our pages as he ventures into the next chapter of his career.

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