The combination of lyrics and heavy bass, while maintaining an interesting but deadpan flow and unique vocal inflections is something that you can’t get from many rappers today. At the same time, the underlying kinetic energy of his tracks is felt through every instrumental, ad lib, bar and vocal melody that Romeo’s Revenge graciously provides us with.
All throughout his fresh catalog of songs, the aggressive trap drums and hi-hats are beautifully contrasted with twisting synths that make for some beautiful melodic endeavors for Romeo’s Revenge to ride. If the artist is foreign to you, this all may seem a bit perplexing, but Romeo’s Revenge is one of the greatest to ever do it. Coming from Toronto he’s a young ledgers.
Romeo’s Revenge who has been under the radar working on his music, is getting ready to drop the EP “Bigger than Marilyn Manson”. Romeo’s Revenge has a super unique and pretty cool sound. His beats slap and the vocals match with its dry, low key deliveries. Each of his songs feels like its own world – no two are the same, which makes them more re-playable.
The thing that most sets Romeo’s Revenge’s apart from his peers and contemporaries is his raw, down toned vocal deliveries, which is a far cry from the goofy twisted screaming, everyone else is doing. When it comes to hip-hop’s enduring, endearing appeal to the masses, so much is built on nostalgia. Romeo’s Revenge’s appeal is built on a different kind of nostalgia, tapping into something more generational. He is part of rap’s new wave. It’s not for everybody, but in a way, it is.