Artist Review: Rossco – “Flume” Mixtape

Review by: Justyn Brodsky

When it comes to true Brooklyn born-and-bred style Hip Hop with all the right elements from yesterday and today’s sensibilities, Roscco‘s Flume Mixtape is definitely your draft pick.

Exploring a very versatile signature sound multifaceted stylization, Rossco comes out swinging with his ambient and upbeat mixtape single “Insane”. This song’s relentless lyrical structures speak for themselves, but the track also gives the listener a dose of musicianship factors as well; ranging from an old school-style beat, a charismatic flow, and dynamic rhyming techniques that are magnificently delivered.

The other standout track is the uplifter “Change”, a more mainstream sound with a bump-and-grind approach that shows another side to Rossco‘s vocal grooves. Both tracks really showcase his versatility and artistic merit very effectively, and really gets you to delve deeper into his musical realm. You can really grasp on to the NYC vibe that Rossco harbors on each track, all the while bringing something new to the table with each song, giving his audience a chance to hear many angles to his lyrical approach and production value.

Every track from the Flume Mixtape is a standout of its own, which garners Rossco an eclectic and bona fide style that old school and mainstream Hip Hop fans can appreciate and really get into. His music has created an insatiable industry buzz since this mixtape hit the scene. And when you take a listen to these tracks yourself, you’ll definitely understand why.

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