The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
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The track comes from their collaborative LP, PRhyme, out December 9th.
Plus he's been working with Francis Starlite of Francis and the Lights, J. Cole, Frank Ocean, Rick Rubin, Migos, and more.
The year's most grimy and positive rap hit gets an appropriately major rework.
A disco tune that isn’t bogged down by its referentiality.
A shadowy, windswept roller coaster ride through the Warp artist's quite remarkable brain.
Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons, Adam Horovitz, and more reflect on rap's best rags-to-riches tale.
The track also features a chopped and looped Nina Simone sample.
Atlanta's Rome Fortune drops a tape stuffed with weirdo beats and funky collabs with OG Maco, iLoveMakonnen and more.
So proud and happy and full.
The Baton Rouge producer turns out an introspective edit of the a-side.
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The first single off the Atlanta rapper's upcoming EP is all about the work he's put in to his blossoming career and the women who love him for it.
Rome Fortune continues apace, and today the exceedingly productive Atlanta rapper adds Producer to Watch suicideyear to his expansive list of collaborators.
Listen to the Baton Rouge producer's new track from his debut full-length.
This dreamy number is just one of eight remixes from the Chicago producer's forthcoming High End Times Vol. 1 (The Remixes).
With languid beats alternating between down-comforter-soft and dragging-a-razor-blade, suicideyear, the Baton Rouge teenager, is arguably the year’s most influential producer without a major label placement.
Four producers to watch in 2014: WondaGurl, DJ Dahi, SuicideYear and Dun Deal.
Flute melody is gorgeous, beat’s as out-of-the-way as Future’s AutoTune tricks deserve. Sounds like Future beat Zelda and went back to the water temple just to relax.