Through the rabbit hole we go with Orlando, FL rapper Jome in ‘Something To Die For’. Each six tracks is a step closer to the elusive light at the end. Firewater induced rhymes from Jome guides us. The rapper’s melodic flow floats us past the ghoulish, yet dreamy, productions from Moxiii, Hector Sounds, Luke Roswell, and 20k. The instrumentals are an abyss of muddy basslines, and melrose synths blossoming from the vocals of Jome and his two featured artists Tyla Yaweh, and DVWEZ. ‘Something To Die For’ is an alluring trip that listeners will willingly get lost in.
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