These Awesome songs from the imaginative
mind of Romio No E were originally written for
His highly anticipated forthcoming album "Ear-relevant".
These Tracks Are vitally concerned with the plight of the world's
remaining love for Hip-Hop.
No E, especially,shares this concern about his native land, with its unique collection of Styles.
These weird and wonderful thoughts are quite a challenge to a song writer, sometimes taking a simple metaphor
and giving it not two but three to four different meanings at the same damn time.His Variety Of Flavors will make even
the greatest of all haters to Creflo Dollar on their own words. With songs like "Listen To Me" which urges listeners to "Take the last album you got and put it in the trash"
and "Just yesterday" where Rom places the listener back in time to what it was like for an average kid BEFORE Rap/Hip-Hop Influenced every single detail of our entire lives.
Some nice touches of comedy too. "Next To Me" Which makes the listener wonder if the R in "R&B's" new meaning is "Raunchy" hence the Sophisticated Adult humor " Tag On The Cover.
Some songs could be considered too strong for children's ears.But if it is you better not cuss in front of your kids ever then bitch.
He Makes His "words come off the page like erasers" on "At All" which brings a lil more of the "Neo" into the "retro" ."I Generally Chose The Songs If They Gave Me A piece Of That Old school vibe.that's What I Was Going For But With A Lil Chubby Checker Twist.
I Wanna Show Em The old School But In a new Light And Make It Current.When I Think Old School I think Of the 50s 60s 70s..But Now you Turn On A Classic station And There
Playing music that we remember when it was new" so that's what i'm doing..giving u new classics" says Rom.
when it comes to songs like "The Radio" the turn of phrase, the rhythm, the choice of words-you can almost smell the golden era.Its So Vividly Hip-Hop.
Like Most Funny Men, Romio No E is essentially
a serious person. Even when these songs make u laugh.you can feel his sincerity
and involvement."Dear MCA" echoes his feelings for the huge impact the Beastie Boys had on his life.
So "Rhyme" travel with us if you will back in time to the future.