When it comes to hip-hop, Chicago has produced some of the game’s brightest stars. So it’s only a matter of time until Romey is added to the cluster. Hailing from the city’s Southside, Romey’s road to stardom wasn’t easy. A product of a broken home, Romey found himself knee deep in the streets. It wasn’t until relocating to Madison, Wisconsin that he zeroed in on his craft. Eventually, Romey turned his passion for music into a full time hustle. Staying true to his independence, the self proclaimed King Of the Midwest formed Get Rich Records. And with a string of mixtape releases, sold over 100,000 units. Soon after, he caught the attention of The Source magazine and appeared in their iconic Unsigned Hype column. Write-ups in XXL, RIME, Wisconsin State Journal soon followed. Entering the digital age, leading websites like MTV, allhiphop, and hiphopdx, have all featured his content. With a slew of industry co-signs and a hustler’s ambition, it’s clear Romey is a leader in today’s pool of newcomers. Check out the new music video for “I Ain’t Going” Featuring King Louie Produced by Victory Lead. This Single is off Romey’s Upcoming Album “Game of Thrones”.
Meet Niyah Nel.. This is where Elliott Wilson's journalistic genius intertwines with the marketing brilliance of Karen Civil. This young phenomenom has always had an unyielding passion for Hip-Hop music & the culture in which is was built upon, & decided to use her collegiate years to make a reality out of a dream. The 21-year-old dot connector is climbing her way up to heights that are sure to make her a legend in her own right. She aims to show & prove, so keep watching! #putinWORK