Rome Fortune is making waves in the Atlanta hip-hop scene; Fortune has hit the radars of people in the know and has been steadily growing his audience both far and wide. One thing that separates Rome Fortune to others pushing a similar sound is his creative expressionism which leads us to We Will Die. Rhymes recited as if it were mere poetry is quite the suggestive way to express yourself. Stripped back is the energy and power from when an artist spits or a beat that heightens the senses. You are left with just words and what they mean to the person listening. It is true you fully open up to the power of a word and it can be quite the liberation from everything else that usually comes with it.

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