Rome Cee x Greenspan ft. Al Great - Journey to the Stars

Posted 2 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Pablow Beats
Album:
Cee-Span

Buckle up, Booth readers; Rome Cee and Greenspan are back, and they’re fixing to take you on a musical Journey to the Stars. The second featured single off the Baltimore mic-murderers’ forthcoming collaborative EP, following April’s The Harvest, is as atmospheric and headphone-ready as its title implies. Pablow Beats sets the mood for a space odyssey behind the boards, pairing airy keys and choral vocals with a clattering percussion rhythm. Over the dreamy instrumental backdrop, the duo deliver ambitious, yet down-to-earth reflections on the hustle, charting a course from the streets to the upper echelons of hip-hop superstardom. Al Great, previously heard flowing alongside Greenspan on ELLIS‘s Warriors, contributes guest bars. Feeling it? Then be sure to cop the co-headliners’ Cee-Span EP when it hits the ‘net next Wednesday, September 11.

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