Pro Era’s Aaron Rose just gifted us with his debut EP titled “Elixir”. He explains  the title as his way of living through the music he makes which will ultimately eternalize him. Remember he served us 2 distinct singles in the form of the upbeat, trap influenced  Swank Corleone and  broody Parkside Ave which showcased the emcee exploring different lanes. On Elixir everything comes full circle for Aaron Rose once the intro opens up and he gives us an insight into his “Sole” over a melancholic backdrop sans drums, the follow up track The Art Of Sole seals the deal as he spits hard body lyrics over a thick boom-bap cut which fully defines his art while bigging up his pro era movement. Aaron Rose holds down mic duties extensively but brings in Domo Genesis and Dirty Sanchez for the assist and it’s nothing but pure bliss in this short body of work.

Hit the play button and get familiar.


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01. The Root of Sole

02. The Art of Sole

03. Parkside Ave

04. Break It Down (feat. Domo Genesis)

05. Jimmy’s Open Bar (Interlude)

06. The Shift (feat. Dirty Sanchez)

07. Swank Corleone

CD/Vinyl Edition:

08. The Art of Sole (J57 Stay Paid Remix)

09. The Art of Sole (Instrumental)

*All tracks produced by J57, except for “The Shift” which is produced by The Audible Doctor, and “Swank Corleone” which is produced by Latrell James.

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