“Smack” Remix Video Dir by Jynx Million

Dax of Mpire enlists some of NY’s hottest wordsmiths for his new video “Smack”. A collab with Murda Mook x BK’s own RRose RRome and Ag da Coroner and AL. Production courtesy of Scram Jones.

Listen To RRose RRome x Uncle Murda “What’s The Word”

Some of us heard it, some of us haven’t, Brooklyn crime rhyme connects on another level when RRose RRome & Uncle Murda link up today to bring us a hard hitting new York banger titled “Whats The Word”. UM and the “Canarsie Crimie” deliver aggressive flows and dominant word play, Check out the GQ beats produced track below.

RRose RRome x Meek Mill x The Game “Soundtrack”

Adversity has been that fire that has forged the life as well as the career of BK’s own RRose RRome, from everything such as nationwide felony court cases to the passing of his 11 month old daughters’ mother (10 months ago). Despite all of these trials. he never lost traction; in fact, RRome has triumphed through his music. His means now justify his ends more than ever as he demonstrates with an eerily dope Game/Meek Mill sample on “Soundtrack”.

Watch Visual For RRose RRome’s “Got Em Goin”

As one of the most consistent up and comers in NYC Hip Hop,RRose RRome comes back with an ultra tough visual for his latest track “Got ‘Em Goin'”. Produced by NBA great Moe Ager, BK’s Own continues to keep it gully with money, hoes and clothes always on the menu. Look for his D-Block and MOP collabos later than sooner, but definitely while its hot.

Listen Now: RRose RRome Featuring Skyzoo “What We Talkin Bout” Produced By M Phazes

Brooklyn connects.. and has a “Meeting Of The Minds” on the M Phazes banger! With Skyzoo”s album out and RR’s Take This Serious EP around the corner, real rap is still in favor.

Cant lie, gramma tried/ but i wanted them stan smith’s.”
-@RRoseRRome

Im everything you heard about.”
-@Skyzoo

Watch New Visual For RRose RRome’s “Paper” Produced By GQ Beats

Check out the new video “Paper” from RRose RRome directed by Joshua Ryan Perez

BK’s Own RRose RRome is back with another visual, this time to talk to his fans about his affinity for the greenbacks on the GQ Beats-generated “Paper”. After the underground success from Take This Serious, RRome has been steadily on the grind, traveling from Brooklyn to Yonkers to put in some work on various projects with the D-Block camp, including his own singles “Like That” featuring Sheek Louch and “Money Holla” with the Ghost SP, which features the legendary LOX in the visual. RRome continues his consistency when it comes to the paper and time will prove that being consistent will pay off for the “Crimie from Canarsise”.

BK’s Own RRose RRome Talks About That “Paper”

The summer is coming and RRose RRome has a bunch of “Paper” and he gives all praises to the “CoCo” for his come up. Check out this exclusive goodie from the “Canarsie Crimie” with production courtesy of GQ Beats. Look for the visual coming at you just in time for the Memorial Day festivities.

Check out MPIRE’s “Smack” Remix Ft. AG Da Coroner x RRose RRome x Murda Mook x AL

If you thought that the underground never come to the surface to display their skills, then think again. Check out this Scram Jones produced banger by Brooklyn hardrocks MPIRE featuring AG Da Coroner, RRose RRome, AL and battle legend Murda Mook. The MPIRE continues to strike back, so stay tuned to the movement!

Check Out RRose RRome Rock & Roses Vlog Intro

Brooklyn’s own RRose RRome is ready to take the streets by storm with the launch of his new mixtape ready to come out this summer. If you not familiar with the emcee, you may have heard a couple of his music on NY’s radio station Power 105.1 as DJ Jovonn The Last Don was the first to premiere the record on his unsigned talent show that comes on every Sunday nights. In this brief clip, RRose RRome was able to give new fans a formal introduction to his Rock & Roses project. Humble, hungry and ready to step up to add his name amongst the rap game’s young emcee’s to look out for, RRose RRome is a walking example of the motto he lives by everyday whenever he steps into the booth and that is Brooklyn vs. Everybody.

Omari White