The latest offering from rapper Rome Cee takes a more personal route. The title Glimpse EP says it all, as it offers an introspective look at his struggles, hopes and dreams. Built on the backbone of hard-hitting, soulful, cinematic soundscapes, Rome Cee was meticulous in selecting the production to reinforce the subject matter.
This is something short and quite dense. Tune in and get with the program.
Also check out his previous projectEARTHSIDE.
The title of the EP, Glimpse is descriptive of me being able to look into the future back when I was experiencing a troubled past. Most of the tracks are heavy in recollections in which I felt that feeling of Glimpsing onward. This EP includes one guest appearance from K. Matth and has production from E. Hill, Infinite99, God Sense, TueLv, PanamaCanal, Paradoxx & Ancient Soundz.
BIO: Rome Cee is a hip-hop artist based in Baltimore, MD. He has a versatile flow and raps about Life topics over soulful beats. His influences have been cited as Nas, Notorious B.I.G and Wu-tang Clan. Since early 2010, he has released several albums independently via Bandcamp.com and other websites. His release, The Extra Mile in 2011 featured the likes of Brooklyn rapper Sean Price and easily placed Rome as one of Baltimore’s City’s “Most Promising Rappers” as quoted by Baltimore Sun writer Wesley Case for B Magazine, the city’s local magazine, which Rome Cee appeared on the cover for the month he was featured. In early 2012, Rome released The Grey Area which features a wide array of producers spanning from the U.K. to Baltimore, MD and has garnered attention from local media outlets and national websites.