One man’s dilemma can be another man’s Miracle, which is what buzzing Detroit emcee Ro Spit creates in the second edition of his Free Bars series. As Ro tells it in the track’s description, the instrumental, produced by the one and only Just Blaze, was left out in the open after artists like Jay Z, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, and J. Cole were unable to finish the full record. The producer requested that emcees who picked it up “be respectful and rap good”, and Ro does just that, unleashing a statement of a verse with hard punchlines and changing flows. It won’t be long before he is in the lab with heavy hitting producers like Blaze, and fans and critics alike will be able to hear the company he keeps already when his new album ‘IV Life‘ drops next month!
“This is a beat from one of my all time favorite producer Just Blaze’s soundcloud page, his explanation is below. I read it, and took the challenge. I don’t know if anybody else has rapped over this, but here’s my shot at it. He said be good…tag him if you’re fucking with it, let him know what the deal is people, much respect.” – Ro Spit